Mimics phishing emails you’d face in a campaign operated by a real-world adversary.
Your users are tested against such emails – some will click, some will not – giving you an understanding of where you’re stronger / weaker and thereby informing decisions about where targeted or further training may be required to reduce risk.
Where improvement is needed – and let’s face it, there’s always room for improvement – training is delivered directly to the user, at their desk, reducing risk whilst minimising lost productivity through time out of the office/travelling, etc…
Training is available across numerous threat-types and in multiple languages.
Why you need it...
The name of the game is risk mitigation or minimisation… This requires that we use all appropriate measures available to us to minimise risk. Training has proven to be effective in doing so.
In the same way that training alone is insufficient to provide adequate protection, the same could be said of defensive technologies.
You’d struggle to find a convincing argument against the concept that education improves outcomes.
When combined with simulated phishing, computer-based training (CBT) has been found to reduce the ‘human-factor’ within our exposure to phishing risk by up-to 84% according to come sources.
That’s a decent return by any measure but, especially so when you compare with certain legally mandated training for risks far less likely or frequent, such as anti-money laundering training, for example.
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