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Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
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Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
Security awareness exampletr(rev1)1011.015
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  • These are examples from the Wivenhoe Management Group Security Awareness Training Program.
    There are typically around 40 slides depending upon whether the training has been customized for a particular client. Each slide will have notes to guide the user if they are giving the training themselves.
    Wivenhoe Management Group also provide a telephone question and answer service should the client giving the presentation need additional information or guidance.
    Of course, Wivenhoe Group will also undertake to conduct the training themselves for a fixed cost, or for larger audiences, a fixed cost per attendee.
  • The basics of Security Awareness (Much broader notes are provided where a client is purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
  • If you are unable to use an immediate cell phone, stay calm, act casually, and go to a neighbor and call the police from there.
    If you are in the house, and begin to realize that an intruder may have already entered and may still be there, casually look for an improvised weapon to protect yourself, just in case you are attacked. If possible, leave the house and call the police. An improvised weapon could be a golf club, poker from the fireplace, heavy umbrella, something club-like, and with some weight.
    Trust your instincts. If something does not seem right to you, it probably isn’t. Leave. If your instinct tells you that you are being watched, believe your instincts and leave the house.
  • Detailed notes are provided for those clients purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
  • Detailed notes are provided for those clients purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
  • Detailed notes are provided for those clients purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
  • Detailed notes are provided for those clients purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
  • Detailed notes are provided for those clients purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
  • Detailed notes are provided for those clients purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
  • Detailed notes are provided for those clients purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
  • Detailed notes are provided for those clients purchasing the PowerPoint presentation.
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    • 1. Wivenhoe Management Group SECURITY AWARENESSSECURITY AWARENESS Examples of Training SlidesExamples of Training Slides
    • 2. Wivenhoe Management Group Security AwarenessSecurity Awareness • Be AlertBe Alert • Remain CalmRemain Calm • ThinkThink • Consider Your OptionsConsider Your Options • Assess The SituationAssess The Situation • Look For Possible AssistanceLook For Possible Assistance
    • 3. Wivenhoe Management Group Safety Strategies - HomeSafety Strategies - Home • If you find evidence that an intruder has entered your home, do not enter, call police! • Consider improvised weapons • Trust your instincts
    • 4. Wivenhoe Management Group Out and AboutOut and About • If exercising, go with a friend, know the area and no headphones! • If you know that you are being followed, turn and look at your pursuer assertively and take note of description. • If approached be sure to shout that you do not know the assailant so bystanders do not mistake the encounter for a domestic quarrel
    • 5. Wivenhoe Management Group Personal VehiclePersonal Vehicle • Don’t park next to van or vehicle you can’t see into • Have keys ready upon return and scan area during approach • Finger on remote unlock / panic button • Once inside car lock doors, start car, put on seat belt
    • 6. Wivenhoe Management Group Personal VehiclePersonal Vehicle • Keep your vehicle in good running condition • Avoid driving with less than half a tank of gas • If you have a flat in an unsafe area, drive slowly with hazards on to safe location. You will ruin tire but you will be safe. • Learn how to change a tire
    • 7. Wivenhoe Management Group Public TransportationPublic Transportation • Wait in a store or coffee shop • Know the bus schedule so you do not have to wait • Always choose train compartment with the most passengers
    • 8. Wivenhoe Management Group GeneralGeneral • Avoid public displays of money • Keep your purse under your arm and money in your pockets • When getting dressed consider your clothing and footwear. • If you wear heels, consider keeping a change of shoes for walking
    • 9. Wivenhoe Management Group Work or School SafetyWork or School Safety • If you work late request an escort to vehicle • If working late, lock exterior doors so no intruders enter • Time your departure when someone else is leaving
    • 10. Wivenhoe Management Group Make Your Business SaferMake Your Business Safer • Have at least two employees open and close the business. • Do not release personal information to strangers. • Keep purses and personal valuables locked in desks or lockers. • Install a robbery alarm.
    • 11. Wivenhoe Management Group Make Your Business SaferMake Your Business Safer • If you see something suspicious, call the police. Never try to handle it yourself. It could cost you your life. • Use only one register at night. Leave other registers empty and open. Tilt the register drawer to show there is no money in it. • Leave blinds and drapes partially open during closing hours.
    • 12. Wivenhoe Management Group CONTACT INFORMATIONCONTACT INFORMATION

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