Human elements encompass individuals who are engaged in information security activities, both internal and external to an organisation. Employees, administrators, consumers, and attackers are all included. Human measures in cybersecurity consist of education, policy development, awareness training, and compliance. The objective is to educate users and employees about security risks and provide them with the necessary expertise to effectively mitigate these risks.

Security Awareness Training Platform

CYBERAWARE SECURITY is a complete proprietary platform with various integrated solutions to help you inspire and enable your people to protect your company against the ever-increasing threats of cybercrime. 



To that end, the platform is developed around a three-pronged formula of risk calculation, practical tools and behavioural change that will minimise the chances of your valuable data falling into the wrong hands.


Employees are informed in language that is simple to comprehend of the perils and risks that exist in the digital environment. This enhances their comprehension of their obligations and raises their awareness of the vulnerabilities and dangers that primarily arise at the human level. 

Smartphones or other electronic voting devices may be utilised during these sessions. 

These may be utilised to pose inquiries or provide responses to statements. Sessions are offered in-person and via the Internet.

Phishing Simulation

Phishing simulations offer valuable insights into the degree to which personnel engage with phishing emails, including their propensity to open attachments and links, as well as the likelihood of overlooked sensitive data.


Moreover, a fraud simulation serves as an ideal instrument for generating awareness. Are your personnel able to identify a fraudulent email? Do they recognise the risks associated with fraudulent emails? By conducting a phishing simulation, you can, on the one hand, expose your employees to these threats and, on the other, assess their current level of proficiency in phishing.

Social Engineering

Social engineering is persuading people to bypass security measures and best practices to gain access to systems, networks, or physical locations or for financial benefit.


It is also ideal for testing awareness training’s practical application. Our social engineering services will reveal your organization’s vulnerability to social engineering assaults, allowing you to teach your personnel on this. Organisations are often surprised by their vulnerability to this crime.


Hackers utilise social engineering because it’s easier to exploit users’ flaws than network or software vulnerabilities. Social engineering is generally the initial step in a hacker’s effort to sneak into a system, steal data, or spread malware.


Social engineering is one of the hardest cybersecurity threats to defend. Your staff have other responsibilities than cybercriminals, who labour full-time to deceive and exchange best practices. Cybercriminals and victims have different knowledge.


The most common social engineering techniques are:

  • Phishing | Email
  • Smishing | SMS
  • USB Drop
  • Vishing | voice
  • Mystery Guest


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