CompTIA provides access to training Prime members free cybersecurity to help meet the need for greater safety awareness among IT workers.
From now on, all the members of CompTIA Premier are eligible to receive 50 free places for CompTIA Ciber ensure current online self-training that familiarizes users with a series of good practice cyber security to protect their business, according to the ad. CompTIA vice president of industry relations Nancy Hammervik says the offer is intended to give members the information needed to protect critical assets for themselves and their customers.
“We wear our Premier Members with the curriculum and the training needed to cover the largest controlling an organization’s security hole – employee behavior,” he said in a statement.
Recent research shows human error is often one of the most important factors of safety violations in the workplace, especially as employees begin to use mobile technology in the office, according to CompTIA. In fact, the company unveiled the results of a study last year found that 45 percent of American workers do not receive any training in cyber security at all of their employers.
Premier Members can choose to use the free places for their own employees or give them to customers. These CompTIA members who are interested in obtaining their free training should contact their representative of a Member or email email@example.com for more information.
Additional seating for over 50 employees companies can be bought separately.
“The risks are too high and too many organizations ignore threats to the need for greater security fund for training,” said Kelly Ricker, vice president of events and education at CompTIA. “The lessons are delivered with CompTIA CyberSecure relevant for workers in all sectors, be it a small business, a medium-size or large company;. In the public or private sector”