Diversified industries have their footprint in many sectors such as energy, transportation, IT, ITeS, telecom, mining etc. Often each business operates independently of the other.
For the cyber security part of the business, they may have one team that manages the security operations for the entire group. Often is it this team is tasked with the responsibility of cyber security awareness training.
The challenge confronting the team is to adapt the awareness training and communication to the diverse workforce. While the user in the IT sector of the business may understand an awareness communique on ransomware better, the same may not be the case with the personnel in energy or manufacturing or transport.
Hence, the challenge is clear. Develop one core program and then adapt the same to the diverse workforce. This means that some content may be fit for all industries, while certain others may need fine-tuning or adoption.
Diversified industry clientele
Types of training content
Customization, localization and language
The focus of the training is to inform and educate the workforce on the following key topics.
We have delivered to some of the best in the diversified industry segment.
Our clients from the diversified industry segment can choose from courses, micro-learning videos and infographic posters and other creative content. We customize the content as per the requirement of the client. This includes branding, tone of language and language translation.
Micro-learning is delivered in small chunks. Therefore, it helps employees to learn on the go. In essence, micro-learning makes cyber security learning a continuous process rather than a once-a-year activity.
Cybersecurity works best when we learn how to pause a moment, think and then decide whether to click or not.
Phishing is possibly the most common tactic used by Cybercriminals and victimes continue to emerge everyday.
Yes, it is indeed easier to buy off the shelf content and tick the training check-box. But, is it effective? Are employees buying into the training? Are they absorbing the learning? Will they go back to their work and apply what they have learned.
To make training connect deeply with the employee, it must speak the language of your organization. The content must be perfectly aligned to your organization's brand, culture and tone of language. Further, translating the content to the ones easily understood by the employee takes it one step further.