ESTec offers a wide range of seminars, lectures, classes, and training
sessions for management, supervisors, and employees, including continuing
education to ensure that changes in employees and practices do not
weaken policies and procedures. Using an international team of consultants,
we tailor our training program and materials to your organization,
its security needs, and its development plans.
Basic Training in Security: Employee Awareness
55-80% of intrusions begins inside the firewall.
Most employees are honest, and nearly all wish to protect the organization,
and significant improvements in security can be achieved through
education. If an employee feels disgruntled or larcenous, awareness
training, peer review, and other procedures can be designed to keep
her or him from costing the organization time, money, or survival.
Typically, we present a one-hour session to your employees, with
a Q&A session at the end, supplemented by a program of posters
and newsletter articles to maintain security awareness. Investment
in time: about 2 hours.
Managers are typically entrusted with greater
access to sensitive information. As a result of time pressures,
management sessions tend to be shorter, with less Q&A time.
Managers are on the company's distribution list for security newsletters,
and will be aware of any poster campaign. Typical time investment:
Systems administrators need to know how information
is classified and protected. A training session normally runs a
full day, including Q&A and a Security Reference Manual for
administrators accompanies the course. Time investment: 1 day.
For years, ESTec has developed and presented
seminars for the MIS Training Institute. MISTI supplies diversified
information security training classes for security and audit professionals.
For further information on these public seminars and the wide range
of topics they cover, visit: http://www.misti.com