Klein Steel Takes Proactive Steps to Prevent Security Breaches by Partnering with New Horizons at Logical Operations to Provide CyberSAFE End-User Security Training

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Klein Steel, the Upstate New York region’s premier steel service center, recently demonstrated their commitment to upholding safe IT security practices to ensure that their organizational and customer data is protected. As part of their dedication to this initiative, Klein Steel partnered with the New Horizons division of Logical Operations to provide end-user security training to their employees.

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“This is an important step for Klein Steel as we proactively attempt to mitigate the risks associated with a potential breach and develop strategies to manage cybersecurity vulnerabilities,” said Andy Yu, Klein Steel IT Manager.

Klein Steel, the Upstate New York region’s premier steel service center, recently demonstrated their commitment to upholding safe IT security practices to ensure that their organizational and customer data is protected. As part of their dedication to this initiative, Klein Steel partnered with the New Horizons division of Logical Operations to provide end-user security training to their employees.

Klein Steel’s employees participated in a 90-minute end-user cybersecurity training course, CyberSAFE, which was delivered onsite by New Horizons at Logical Operations. By taking a proactive approach to training their employees on secure IT practices, Klein Steel is solidifying their status as a leader among organizations in terms of proactively securing their information assets. The recently launched CyberSAFE training program from Logical Operations enables employees at any organization to identify many of the common security risks involved in using conventional end-user technology, as well as how to use this technology safely to protect themselves and their organizations from security risks.

“With the recent cyberattack on a German steel mill, it’s clear that the challenges posed by external threats are on the rise. We understand that training and certification of key team members is an essential component in addressing mounting security issues and protecting critical assets, not only for Klein Steel, but also for our customers and partners,” states Todd Zyra, President.

Klein Steel IT Manager Andy Yu adds, “This is an important step for Klein Steel as we proactively attempt to mitigate the risks associated with a potential breach and develop strategies to manage cybersecurity vulnerabilities.”

About Klein Steel
Founded in 1971, Klein Steel Service Inc. is the region’s premier steel service center with locations throughout New York. With over 3,200 line items of stock size carbon, stainless steel, and specialty metals, the company offers a full range of value-added processing, an integrated distribution network that extends the Klein Steel reach throughout the country, and compliance to strict NQA-1 guidelines. Klein Steel is acknowledged as an innovator and industry leader, having been named a finalist for the 2014 Service Center of the Year award from American Metal Market, a 2012 recipient of the Rochester Business Ethics Award, and winner of the IndustryWeek Best Plants award in 2011. For more information about Klein Steel Service Inc. visit http://www.kleinsteel.com.

About Logical Operations
Logical Operations helps organizations and individuals maximize training with an adaptable expert-facilitated learning experience. Its more than 4,600 titles are available through flexible delivery platforms that are designed for any learning environment. For more information, connect with Logical Operations at http://logicaloperations.com and on Twitter @logicalops. New Horizons at Logical Operations, a division of Logical Operations, is Rochester N.Y.’s largest training center, serving the area’s leading companies. For more information, visit http://NHatLO.com.

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