Cyber attacks, hacktivists and organised crime may all sound rather '007-ish', but as more and more of our everyday devices are now connected to the internet, so our digital footprint grows at pace, leaving us vulnerable to having our personal information used against us.
Sadly, cyber crime such as social engineering campaigns and email phishing attacks have become commonplace in our age of connectivity, and it becomes our responsibility to protect ourselves and our businesses from complex cyber threats.
Nimble has recently partnered with Cyber Security Associates (CSA) which provides cyber consultancy, training, elearning and cyber managed services, which help to detect, protect and educate against the ever-changing cyber threat.
CSA has recognised the enormous potential to be gained by extending their services via elearning, to give them a global reach. It continues to offer face-to-face training, but as Madeline Howard, CSA’s Business Development and Office Manager points out, this is often not suited to all organisation. By using Nimble, they’ve tapped into new sectors and extended their reach to new clients.
As Madeline says, “Our use of Nimble has extended our service offering and now forms part of our complete cyber security package. Cyber user awareness is so important, therefore when paired with our other services, it provides businesses with total cyber security reassurance.”
To celebrate the success of their partnership, CSA is holding a free 2-hour seminar ‘How to avoid exposing your digital footprint to cyber criminals’ on June 22 2018 at Nimble House, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire from 9.30-11.30am.
Registration is available via Nimble Elearning's events page.