Workplace Brings Cybersecurity Training

Posted by | September 26, 2016 In the News | No Comments

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Workplace, a technology firm that provides cloud-based cybersecurity and information technology for financial services, is launching a new kind of SAT for advisors, one without an essay portion. The Security Awareness Training program is designed to educate advisors and their employees on best practices for using corporate IT systems. The program includes phishing email tests, reporting, online training and results of the evaluation delivered to the firm’s compliance manager. Workplace says the program addresses the most commonly overlooked source of data breaches: employee-related negligence. “Information is shared through non-secured programs, passwords are being carelessly generated — the list goes on,” said Justin Kapahi, Workplace’s technical director. “We’ve developed SAT to provide advisors with clear security guidelines to ensure their information is protected from the inside-out, at every level.”

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