RBC Technology Group Security Awareness Training

RBC Technology Group Security Awareness Training

Empower your employees and secure your business against cyber attacks.

A proven approach

Security awareness training is an effective way of teaching employees positive IT behaviours to help combat potential cyber security compromises.

Enable your team to identify and eliminate cyber-attacks at home, on the move, and at the office through education on:

  • information security
  • social engineering
  • malware
  • and industry-specific compliance topics.

Security awareness training: arms employees against phishing and other types of social engineering cyber-attacks; helps them to spot potential malware behaviours; gives them the confidence to report possible security threats; and encourages adherence to company IT policies, best practices, applicable data privacy and compliance regulations.

Secure your business

As cyber security threats evolve, awareness training helps businesses to decrease help desk costs, protect their reputation, and secure their overall cybersecurity investment.

RBC Technology Group, powered by Ducentis, offers an easy, ongoing training program that is proven to significantly reduce the risk of security breaches. We do this through phishing simulations — based on real-world attacks — and training that covers relevant security and compliance topics.

Thrive in an online world

Running 1-5 security awareness campaigns over 1-2 months shows an average click rate of 37% on phishing simulations

Running 6-10 campaigns and training over 3-4 months reduces the average click rate to 28%

Running 11+ courses over 4-6 months drops the rate to 13%

These figures show just six months of security awareness training can lead to a 65% reduction in clicks that could potentially compromise your business. This reduction in potentially harmful user error has a flow-on effect on risks to productivity, financial cost, and business reputation — meaning this type of training can be the difference between struggling or thriving as a business.

Six months of security training can reduce click rate on potential cyber-attacks by 65%

Comprehensive training

Complete our ten-course security awareness training in a way that suits you and your team:

  • One course per month over 10 months (February—November)
  • Two courses per month (February—April, July—August)
  • Five courses over two months (client elected)

Course list

Email – Cyber Security Essentials
Understand email security through watching short videos about websites and software. Test your new knowledge with questions at the end of the course.

Cybersecurity – Overview
Learn how to keep you and your data safe with this comprehensive overview of the cyber-security landscape.

Malware – Understanding
There are many types of malware. And in a connected world, ransomware has become a pervasive threat. Discover more about the modern malware threats and walk away with actionable tips to stay safe online. The course includes a quick quiz.

Malware and Viruses
Know your enemy. Cybercriminals will try to access your data, steal your files, or control your computer. Find out more about different types of malware, who creates it, and why, to prevent any nasty attacks.

Passwords – Cybersecurity Essentials
Understand the essentials of passwords, two-factor authentication, and password management. Watch short videos about passwords and password management and test your knowledge.

Phishing – Understanding
Learn some of the categories and risks of phishing. Using scenarios, you’ll learn best practices for minimising exposure to phishing. You will be asked a few questions to test your new knowledge.

Breach Awareness – Introduction
Take a look at some different types of data breaches and typical consequences
of breach incidents, and learn the best practices for prevention. A knowledge check is included.

Breach Awareness – Readiness and Response
Data shows data breaches at small businesses occur via employees and contractors. This course explores readiness and response as proactive steps small businesses can take to help stop breaches.

Physical Security – Cybersecurity Essentials
Understand physical security aspects by watching short videos about websites and software. Then, test your new knowledge.

Cybersecurity – How to stay safe online
Learn the various ways criminals access critical information to better protect yourself, your clients, and your business from security breaches.

Take the next step

RBC Technology Group offers further security awareness training courses, including:

  • Workplace Security – What you need to know
  • Working Safely and Securely
  • Websites and Software – Don’t fall for it
  • Websites and Software – Cyber Security essentials
  • USB Security – USB Nation
  • Spear Phishing – Voicemail Fail
  • Spear Phishing – Home Phished
  • Social Media – Cybersecurity Risks
  • Social Engineering
  • Remote work – Stay Cyber Resilient while WFH
  • Remote work – IT Security for the Remote worker and Business Traveller
  • Ransomware and Cybercrime
  • Ransomware – Preventing attacks and contingency
  • Ransomware – Introduction
  • Phishing – Evolution of Phishing
  • Network and System Audits
  • Malware – Verify before you trust
  • Information Security and You
  • Insider Threat
  • Information security Basics
  • Information security – Data Destruction
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Hacking – Hacker Myths
  • Email Spoofing
  • Email attachments
  • Data Privacy
  • Cloud computing