In 2020, under the auspices of the Institute of Information Security in Kyiv, more than 40 events were held on various topics, the speakers at which were both experts from the Institute of Information Security and various partners.
The contemporary business environment is very dynamic, and conservatism and an inability to work according to new rules regularly leads a business to bankruptcy. In today’s rapidly changing business environment, companies must be able to quickly readjust and develop to remain competitive. At the same time, market demands are ruthless to both businesses and employees. Those who don’t have time to quickly readjust to new market trends are always left outboard. As a result, they will face pay cuts, layoffs, and endless job searches.
As technology and customer needs evolve at a rapid pace, it is critical for companies to have staff who can similarly learn and adapt quickly. One key aspect of employees’ adapatability is the speed at which they can learn and acquire new skills. This means investing in training and development programs that allow employees to learn new skills and stay abreast of trends in the demands of their sector.
One of the ways to achieve this goal is to invest in human resources. In the period from 2021 to 2022, the Information Security Institute together with the European Academy of Sciences of Ukraine carried out more than 50 events for individuals and organizations. Each event had a specific purpose, focusing on an issue which at the particular moment in time was of interest to entrepreneurs and businesspeople.
The Information Security Institute Board has decided that a selected package of videos from these meetings could be made available on commercial terms to interested parties. The videos presented contain reports on the results of case studies conducted in different periods by the staff of the Institute. Such video materials are a doorway to new opportunities for those of our clients working in related areas or affected by similar issues..
Some of the material currently available:
1. Italian dry cleaning: How to clean a business reputation
2. Building a personal brand
3. The psychology of the insider
4. Imaginary security: What will attackers do to you in the XXI century?
5. Online raiding: A form of business takeover in the XXI century
6. Business reputation management 2: How businessmen harm themselves
7. How to protect your business from online theft and copying
9. Insider threats 2: Social engineering
10. Business reputation management: Building, protecting and restoring
12. Insider threats: The main source of problems for businesses
14. Bot farms: How to effectively resist and use them to your advantage
15. Unknown Facebook
In addition to investing in their employees, companies can also foster a culture of learning and development. This can include the use of training films, documentaries, and educational programs specially created by the Institute.