Symantec promotes safe practices

In an attempt to help the Middle East's end users raise the IT security awareness of their employees, Symantec has introduced its Corporate Security Awareness Programme (CSAP) to the Middle East.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  March 25, 2003

In an attempt to help end users raise the IT security awareness of their employees, Symantec has introduced its Corporate Security Awareness Programme (CSAP) to the Middle East. The measurable training and communications programme, which is supposed to run over the course of one year, comprises CD-ROMs, electronic files and printed materials, all of which are designed to make computer users aware of the threats that lurk in cyber space.

“For large enterprise customers looking to satisfy regulatory requirements and meet industry standards mandating employee security awareness training, the Symantec Corporate Security Awareness Programme delivers a complete set of tools to implement a comprehensive, measurable internal communications programme,” says Kevin Isaac, regional director, Middle East & Africa at Symantec.

“Unlike other security awareness programs that offer a fragmented ‘pick and choose’ menu approach, Symantec’s packaged solution walks customers through each step, enabling them to easily implement a complete solution,” he adds.

As part of Symantec’s Enterprise Security Services and Symantec Education Services offerings, the programme provides technical product training, vendor-neutral security education, security certifications and employee security awareness programmes.

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