Awareness Training @ mgm sp
One of the most important fundamentals for practiced security is the creation of awareness for threats in information security. In our IT Security Awareness Training, we demonstrate how attackers act, what motivates them and how easy it is to do damage.
Our colleague Dr. Benjamin Kellermann will show you a small insight into such a training (in German):
The design of this training is also suitable for holding an information booth, e.g. as part of an in-house awareness event. A consultant demonstrates various attacks to interested employees and answers their questions individually.
We also offer special modules on “Web Application Security” and “Mobile Security“. Our compact awareness training is ideally suited to find the right approach to the respective topics.
Our trainers have many years of practical experience and can illustrate realistic threats with many practice-oriented examples.
We will be happy to advise you which of our awareness modules best suits your needs!
mgm sp @ Dresden
Our second office is located in Dresden, the capital of Saxony. Come have a look at our office there!
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