Chiros Offers: 

Speakers & Seminars

- Department Specific

- Company Wide

Individual Training

Subject Specific Courses

- General Observation Techniques

- Social Engineering Awareness

- Smart Browsing

- Access Control Design and Policies

Contact Us for more information.

Smart Browsing

“Click to Download” are the three most dangerous words on the internet.

Some of the greatest digital security risks are often invited in by the person sitting behind the keyboard. This is one case where ignorance is NOT bliss. An innocent employee can unknowingly sabotage an entire system with a single click.

Simple guidelines can enable safer, smarter browsing, dramatically reducing the risk of viruses, malware and other information security breaches.

Security Training

Access Control Best Practices

Joe from IT might know exactly how the alarm system works and proudly installed the top of the line system. But Frank is just there to do his job. He does his best with the alarm but..

Any lock or alarm only works if it is properly used each and every time. And an entire access control system can be bypassed if someone leaves a window open.

This course will teach when, why and how to properly use the access control systems at your place of business.

Preventing Social Engineering

A survey of 850 IT and security professionals located in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany, Australia and New Zealand found almost half, 48 percent, had been victims of social engineering and had experienced 25 or more attacks in the past two years. Social engineering attacks cost victims an average of $25,000 - $100,000 per security incident, the report states.Dimentional Research’s full report.

The only way to stop these attacks is education. Period. With training, an employee can learn to recognize an attack in process and stop it. Establishing a predetermined course of action for when information can be released is key.

Social Engineering is not the silver bullet of hackers, thieves and industry spies. They’d like you to think it is, but it isn’t. They can be stopped.

For more information about Employee Training, please give us a call or email. We'd be glad to answer any questions you have.