Guidebook, Cybersecurity Education 

An organization’s employees can either be its strongest weapon against security threats or its biggest weakness. Guidebook, ACS’ cybersecurity education program will cultivate a security conscious culture throughout your organization. Our program includes interactive study sessions, instructional videos, reporting, and real-life cybersecurity exercises to educate and test the preparedness of your workforce.

Take the training one step further with Pathfinder, our cybersecurity training for Executives and the Board of Directors. As leaders in your organization, your access to sensitive information and mobile work style make you a lucrative target. You’ll also need to understand and your organization for the security hazards that lay ahead.

Why Choose Guidebook? 

Transform your organization into a secure and resilient adversary for cyber criminals. Guidebook, cybersecurity training through ACS utilizes the best cybersecurity education resources available. Choose the self-managed option or allow ACS to seamlessly manage the program for you.

Baseline Testing:  Determine the vulnerability of your workforce with a baseline phishing test. 

Train Users: Complete the training modules on your schedule. The program includes common traps, advice from cybersecurity experts, and social engineering tips. Our modules will educate and prepare users for real-life threats.

On-Going Phishing Tests:  Schedule true-to-life automated phishing tests. Our resource library of phishing email templates allows you to test your employees to the same level of sophistication potential hackers use. Cyber criminals often mask their viruses using familiar brands such as online retailers, shipping companies, and others to trick users into clicking a malicious link. Phishing tests teach users what to look for, and highlight any employees who may need additional training.

Analytics: Track employee progress with comprehensive reporting and analytics. Identify vulnerable employees by their scores in phishing tests and training materials then funnel them into a secondary training program that targets problem areas. Show ROI through reduced click-through rates on test emails, increased reports of suspicious emails, and creation of a more aware workforce.

Security Conscious Culture

Benefits of a security conscious culture include:

Reduced Risk

  • Reduced Malware Infections
  • Reduced Data Loss
  • Reduced Potential Cyber-theft
  • Increased User Awareness

Reduced Costs

  • Reduced Help Desk Tickets
  • Reduced Downtime
  • Reduced Cleansing & Re-imaging of Machines
  • Increased User Productivity