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Free Security Awareness Training for Non-Profits

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The team at Simple Security is ecstatic to announce our support for non-profits and charities as part of #GivingTuesdayCA – we’re making our online Security Awareness Training free to qualifying non-profits and charities forever.

Why? Simple: we want to make an impact and help other make their impact.

 The Threat

What would happen to your organization if you suffered a cyber attack? For example:

  • Your donor list was leaked
  • The system you use for taking credit cards was attacked
  • Ransomware shut down your network and you couldn’t retrieve data

One of the most effective ways to reduce your cyber-risk is Security Awareness Training. If your team recognizes the threat, they’re less likely to click the link or fall for the scam.

 What’s included

Unlimited access to our full online training program:

  • This is same program sold to business and we do our popular live training from
  • Approximately an hour of training
  • All updates and new materials as they’re released

Modules include:

  • Why it’s important
  • Data Protection
  • Phishing and Email security
  • Social Engineering
  • Viruses and Malware
  • Password Security

Testing with each module to ensure comprehension

 Get your licenses now!

Ready to get your free licenses? Simply fill out our request form here: http://www.simplesecurity.ca/not-for-profits/

 Partners is Giving

We have some lofty impact goals, so we’ve partnered with Kind Village to help facilitate our giving. Kind Village provides an intelligent match-making platform that facilitates giving and volunteering for businesses and individuals. Plus, they’re fantastic amazing and we’re proud to work with them.

 We Need Your Help

We only have so much reach. If you know of a non-profit that could use their cyber-risk lowered, please let them know about our offer or have them email giving@simplesecurity.ca.

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SIMPLE SECURITY GUIDANCE AND ARTICLES DIRECT TO YOUR MAILBOX

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