HOW LIKELY ARE YOUR EMPLOYEES TO CLICK ON A SUSPICIOUS LINK?
Your employees are the weak link in your IT security. Social engineering is the number one security threat to any organisation. The alarming growth in sophisticated cyber attacks makes this problem only worse, as cybercriminals go for the low-hanging fruit: employees. Numerous reports and white papers show organisations are exposed to massive increases in the number of cyber attacks over the past five years.Talk to an Expert
ENABLE YOUR EMPLOYEES TO MAKE SMARTER SECURITY DECISIONS, EVERYDAY!
We help you identify users who are aware of the most secure action to take in risky situations and know how to follow through. This knowledge helps you set a baseline for the security culture you’re trying to achieve in your organisation and track the success of your training efforts.
Security Awareness Proficiency Assessment (SAPA)
SAPA is a skills-based assessment designed to help your organisation determine your security awareness training needs by identifying gaps in individual users’ knowledge as well as recommended learning improvements.
Security Culture Survey (SCS)
The Security Culture Survey measures the sentiments of your users towards security in your organisation – the psychological and social aspects that drive social behaviour. The SCS shows you the overall effectiveness of your security culture program and how your security culture improves over time.
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MOBILISE EMPLOYEES TO BOLSTER YOUR LAST LINE OF DEFENSE
KnowBe4 uses a multi-pronged approach, which begins with understanding your organisation’s specific risk posture, and then allows you to leverage both the global pulse of the real-world phishing attempts, along with the ones that have made it past your specific defenses
We provide baseline testing to assess the Phish-Prone percentage of your users through a free simulated phishing attack.
Train Your Users
The world’s largest library of security awareness training content; including interactive modules, videos, games, posters and newsletters. Automated training campaigns with scheduled reminder emails.
Phish Your Users
Best-in-class, fully automated simulated phishing attacks, thousands of templates with unlimited usage, and trending phishing templates.
See the Results
Enterprise-strength reporting, showing stats and graphs for both training and phishing, ready for management. Not only can you pinpoint your biggest risks, but see your ROI
Training Library and Simulated Phishing Content
Training Modules are interactive modules that cover a wide range of topics. Modules are SCORM-Compliant and can be downloaded for use with your own LMS. Hundreds of training modules are brandable.
Videos are MP4 files that can be watched in-browser or downloaded for use with your own LMS.
Mobile-First Modules are optimised to be viewed and interacted with on a mobile device. These modules are no longer than five minutes and are designed to engage users; whether while they’re on the go or located in low-bandwidth regions. Mobile-First Modules are brandable and SCORM-Compliant, so they can be downloaded for use with your own LMS.
Assessments can provide a breakdown of your organisation’s strengths and weaknesses. You can use assessment results to create a more targeted security awareness training plan.
Games can reinforce the skills and information that your users are learning in a new and interesting way. Games are SCORM-Compliant and can be downloaded for use with your own LMS.
Newsletters and Security Documents
Newsletters and security documents are PDF files that can be printed or shared digitally with your users. These documents cover a wide range of cybersecurity topics to help reinforce the skills your users learn from training.
Posters and Artwork
Posters and artwork are high-quality images and PDFs that can be printed or shared digitally with your users. We encourage you to hang posters within your office or distribute them to your employees’ home offices to act as a visual reminder to keep security in mind during everyday tasks.
LEVEL UP YOUR CYBER AWARENESS TRAINING
We offer three Training Access Levels: I, II, and III, depending on your subscription level. The security awareness training content in each level is carefully curated to build on the level before it, and each subscription provides varying levels of multi-language support and mobile-friendly content options!
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Training Access Level I (Silver)
Training Access Level I provides you with the fundamental elements required to begin a security awareness training program... It’s ideal for organizations that do not have security awareness training in place and want to start at least an annual training program. You get training and video modules, assessments, and educational reinforcements such as security documents and posters. We see many customers get started with Level I so their users get the basics of security awareness, including understanding what social engineering is, and then find they are ready to move to the next level of training content that takes a deeper dive into other cybersecurity topics. When annual training is no longer sufficient and you are ready to launch more frequent training campaigns, the Training Access Levels II and III set you on a path to develop a more robust and fully mature security awareness training program. Read more
Training Access Level II (Gold & Platinum)
The Training Access Level II library builds on Level I and expands to provide a greater variety in training content styles, formats, and topics. From animation, to live action, to self-paced learning, Level II unlocks the potential for you to offer more targeted training... based on your users’ roles, their location around the world, and your organization’s industry. And, with an assortment of bite-sized training modules that are 5 minutes or less, it’s easy to set up a more frequent cadence of training campaigns that keep your users engaged. More training more often can help drive behavior change with security awareness top of mind. Read more
Training Access Level III (Diamond)
Training Access Level III includes all the training content in Levels I and II, plus access to the most comprehensive library of security awareness training content, enhancing your organization’s ability to deliver a fully mature awareness program on an ongoing basis.
Level III includes multiple award-winning streaming-quality video series that tie scenes from each episode to key cybersecurity best practices... making learning how to make smarter security decisions via real-world applications fun and engaging.
With a wide array of topics, formats, lengths, and styles from multiple content publishers, you have more content options to meet the unique needs of your users and align with your organization’s corporate culture. With Level III, you can experiment with different styles and formats to different audience segments to maximize user engagement. This level also gives you the flexibility to mix things up to hone in on what content resonates best across different departments and regional locations. You can create shorter and more frequent training campaigns that make it easier to deploy your awareness program all year long.
Keep your learners engaged with a consistent cadence of campaigns using a variety of content on security best practices. This mix of fresh content will build muscle memory over time without using the same training over and over again. Read more
THE RESULTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
ENABLE YOUR EMPLOYEES TO MAKE SMARTER SECURITY DECISIONS, EVERYDAY!
When you invest in Security Awareness Training and Phishing Security Testing you see value and ROI—fast. The results of the 2022 KnowBe4 Phishing Industry Benchmarking Report clearly show where organisations’ Phish-prone Percentages started and where they ended up after at least 12 months of regular testing and security awareness training.
The overall industry initial Phish-prone Percentage benchmark turned out to be a troubling 33.2%. Fortunately, the data showed that this 33.2% can be brought down almost in half to 18.5% within 90 days of deploying new-school security awareness training. The one-year results show that by following these best practices, the final Phish-prone Percentage can be minimized to 5.4% on average.Talk to an Expert