The Threatucation Cyber Security Awareness Training program was born from the experiences of its predecessor, FlexITechs IT Services, which manages small business networks on the Delmarva Peninsula in Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
From its founding in 2003 as a general computer repair and dialup Internet service to its recent expansion into cyber security awareness training for small- to mid-sized organizations, Threatucation has always focused on helping its clients adapt to the rapid changes — and risks — in technology.
Our most recent focus on educating end-users — like your employees — about the dangers of social engineering techniques used by hackers to circumvent traditional security solutions has grown out of the sad stories of lost data and money due to employees falling for such scams.
That led me to develop the Threatucation Cyber Security Awareness Training Program with a unique policy-based approach that teaches employees in plain English not only what to watch for but also how to detect future scams by understanding the motivations and methods cyber criminals use in their own “businesses”.
Aware of the avenues hackers use to gain access to sensitive data, we developed a multi-layered cyber security awareness training program that creates a culture of cyber security in your small- and mid-sized organizations.
The technology background of Eric Magill, the founder of Threatucation and the SMB Security Awareness Group on LinkedIn, dates to 1996, when he helped start Beach-Net!, which is now the largest online travel guide and web site hosting service for coastal Delaware and Maryland.
After leaving Beach-Net! in 2000, Magill started Sussex County Online, an online information, web hosting and Internet services company. Customers of Sussex County Online moved Magill in the direction of computer services, which led to the creation of FlexITechs in 2003.
To learn more about how Threatucation’s Cyber Security Awareness Training Program can help protect the sensitive data of your company, employees, customers and vendors, contact us at 302-537-4198, firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit our Contact Form.