Training will turn receptionists into security gurus

Wednesday, 21 April 2004, 9:40 AM EST

UK businesses think that their staff could be the weak link in the fight against cybercrime - and a new course has been launched to turn everyone from CEOs to receptionists into security whizzkids.

Security consultancy Commissum and e-learning firm Absolutely Training today announced the launch of a training programme designed to give non-technical staff a firm grounding in avoiding security pitfalls.

The course is designed to "train employees to understand, recognise and deal with" electronic threats.

By Jo Best at Silicon.

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