Security Awareness Training for IT Professionals (SATI)

According to the European Network and Information Security Agency ?Awareness of the risks and available safeguards is the first line of defence for the security of information systems and networks. One of the most intriguing findings is that 95% of all security incidents involve human error. These mistakes are costly since they involve insiders who often have access to the most sensitive information. The greatest impacts of successful security attacks are exposure of sensitive data, theft of intellectual property and the introduction of malware.

IT Professionals need to find the right balance between making information available and securing the information. This course shows them how a hacker thinks and acts and how they penetrate your network. This enables your IT Professional to minimize the security risks. Besides that, this training complies your company with the information systems security legislation, like BIG (local government), BIR (government) and NEN7510 (healthcare).


This course can be taken in open enrolment in the Tech Data training centers. It can also be delivered instructor led at your office, tailored to your needs.

Target audience:

This training is especially designed for IT professionals, system administrators, security and network engineers and security managers.

Prerequisites:
Persons attending this course should have a working knowledge of networking concepts, Windows Server and/or UNIX, and experience with TCP/IP and the Internet.

Topics:
  • How do criminals work
  • What is the impact of an attack
  • Patch management
  • How does anti-virus work
  • Maximizing firewall security
  • Analyzing logs
  • Stealing of credentials
  • How to configure servers and workstations in a secure way
  • Security on mobile devices
  • Best practices

Certification:
The student will receive a certificate of course completion 

Length: 1 Day

Ongoing security:
Tech Data offers you the possibility to take a Security Awareness Subscription. The general duration is 3 years. 
During this time frame your staff will receive 2 Security Awareness Trainings, there will be 2 Social Engineering Events and 6 times a year you will receive Security Awareness Content for your intranet/ internal newsletter. 
A Social Engineering Event for instance could be a visit of a mystery guest or sending fake phishing emails. These events show you how secure the employees act and it increases the awareness as the results of the events are shared. 
The Security Awareness Subscription maximizes the effect of the Security Awareness Training. Further it shows that your organization has an ongoing Security Awareness program to comply with the information systems security legislation.