Your employees are the weak link in your IT Security. Social Engineering is the number one security threat to an organization. The alarming growth in Sophisticated cybersttacks makes this problem only worse, as cybercriminals go for the low-hanging fruit: employees. Numerous reports and white papers show organizations are exposed to massive increases in the number of cyberattacks over the past five years.
Who should attend
All employees in your organization who use a computer, email and internet, from the mail room to the board room.
No prerequisites are required other than normal end user level knowledge of email and operating and internet browser. End users need a PC with Sound, however, the core training modules are fully subtitled to suit all environments in compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act.
Within the Platinum Subscription you will get access to over 60 unique modules as well as you will get access to Everything that Silver and Gold users receive plus Smart Groups, Reporting API's, User Event API, Security roles, Social Engineering Indicators, USB Drive Test, and Priority Level Support. Key training modules for Platinum Subscription users are:
- Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training (45 Min)
- Common Threats, Part 1 - Miranda's Story
- Common Threats, Part 2 - Kyle's Story
- PCI Compliance Simplified
- Ransomware for Hospitals Training
- Criminal Justice Information Services Security Series
- Privileged User Security Series
- GLBA Compliance Course
- Handling Sensitive Information Securely Part 1 and 2
- Mobile Devise Security
- Safe Web Browsing
- Social Engineering Red Flags
- The Danger Zone + Exercise
- Your Role, Internet Security and You
- Credit Card Security Part 1 and 2
- Don't Be Dave
- Email Spoofing
- Safe Web Browsing
- Social Engineering
- Social Media best Practices
- USB Attack
- Executive Series Micro-Modules with 10 unique topics
- Captain Awareness Video Series with 20 unique modules
- KnowBe4 Video Modules with 9 modules focusing on Two-Factor Authentication attacks and A fake It Attack.