1. Reduce Costs

–  How you manage training is always about how you manage costs.

2. Access to Talent

–  Especially hard when it gets to Security Awareness Training which is highly specialized.

3. Geographic Reach  & Scalability

– Being able to train all employees worldwide via distance learning on the same security processes and procedures, and flex resources.

4. Compliance

–  Many organizations these days are required to comply with a multitude of  regulations, just take the PCI (Payment Card Industry)  Security Program for example.

5. Mitigate Risks

– Training helps to prevent failures and protect from the liabilities of being sued for insufficient training, a clear and present danger in the case of cyber heists.

6. Training  is not Core to the Business

–  For many organizations, training is a necessity, but the development, management and delivery of training is a distraction.

7. Leverage the Cost of Technology

– One of the first major investments is a Learning Management System. Why incur these costs when the outsourcing company has already paid for it?

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