Security Awareness Videos

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Increase cybersecurity awareness with the content your employees relate to and remember

70+ microlearning videos that are relatable and retainable — with a dash of humor

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Crafted in a combined effort by filmmakers and experts in behavior and cybersecurity

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Deliver through our cloud platform or integrate into your existing, familiar environment

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AwareGO’s content is incredibly pointed. Videos make employees see their work environment through real-world examples.
Christine Ray
CISO at Unqork

70+ microlearning videos that are relatable and retainable — with a dash of humor

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Chain mail

It’s highly unlikely that chain mail contains relevant information. If you forward it, you’re just wasting everyone’s time.

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Password managers

We will always need passwords but remembering them can be difficult.

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Personal information

If a customer asks you to forget about them, you must comply.

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Phishing

8 million people are each day opening phishing e-mails, and this is the source of most cyberattacks.

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Pop-ups

Do you know the proper way to shut down pop-ups?

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Software installations

Make your IT technician’s job easier and don’t install software on your work computer without permission.

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Think before you click – phishing

One of the most valuable cybersecurity knowledge to have is how to spot phishing emails easily and avoid giving away private password and credentials.

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Unknown networks

Hackers can set up a WiFi access point, and if you connect to it, much of your communication can be monitored or even manipulated.

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VPN – Working from home

A VPN connection creates a virtual tunnel between your laptop or smart device and your office servers.

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Personal USB drives

Your home computer is not as well protected as your work computer.

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Online shopping risk

The biggest risk when shopping online is not that you could simply lose your money.

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Let the right one in

Make sure that only employees have access to the workplace, both during and outside working hours.

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Working from home – Insider threat

“Insider threat” usually refers to employees who leak data, but data can also leak out because of their friends.

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Working from home – Unattended computer

Keep your computer safe and locked when working from home.

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Social media sharing

Be careful what you share on social media.

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Spyware in attachments

When it comes to distributing viruses, spyware, or other malware, there is no method more popular among hackers than attachments.

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Spreading Viruses

If you install unapproved software on your work computer, the whole office network could become infected with a virus.

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Tailgating II

All workplaces should have strong policies and procedures in place when it comes to letting strangers into restricted areas.

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Home WiFi II

Always make sure your home WiFi is secure and encrypted.

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Double-check before you trust II

Be aware that there is always a possibility that someone has been “listening in” on your email conversations.

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Insider threat

Sometimes security breaches are performed by employees, willingly or accidentally.

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Security culture

Creating and maintaining a good security culture in the workplace is something that all businesses should strive for.

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Zoom bombing

With great new technologies come great new threats.

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Ransomware attack

Accepting software updates or downloads from a website is risky business.

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Microsoft Office risk

Do not enable editing on Office documents unless you’re absolutely sure.

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Conference risk

Beware of free portable memory drives and charging banks.

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Physical media

It’s easier to steal physical data than hacking into databases or guessing passwords.

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Phishing Urgency

A tone of urgency in an email is one of the key indicators of a phishing email.

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Juice Jacking

Always charge your devices using your own charger and cable.

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Keep it safe

Can your clients trust you with their information? Do you guard it like it is your own?

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Security Awareness Training

When we know about the dangers all around us, we can take precautions and try to navigate our world more safely.

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Stakeout

Always be aware of your surroundings.

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Online pdf makers

Don’t choose convenience over security.

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Passphrases

Forget complex passwords … oh wait, we already did!

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Update Your Software

Patching your software whenever you get notified of an available update could save you a lot of trouble and time in the long run.

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Multifactor Authentication

Hackers have been after passwords since the dawn of the Internet and they are surprisingly adept at stealing them and even guessing them.

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Valuables in car

If you are trusted with confidential information on electronic media or printouts, leaving them in an unsupervised car is not safe.

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Check Account Number

Fraudsters might try to sneak a bogus invoice into your accounting department. You should always double-check new account numbers.

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Network printers

The main risk factor when using a networked printer is that if you select the wrong printer, confidential material can reach unauthorized eyes, inside or outside the workplace.

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Auto-fill

Sometimes confidential information leaks out because email senders are in a hurry or distracted and select the wrong recipient.

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Mobile listening

Beware! Malware could be installed on your smartphone that turns on your camera and microphone to listen in on your conversations.

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Sharing information

Be extra careful about who you deliver confidential information to, and make sure the recipient has the authority to access it.

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Unnecessary Data

Read up on the privacy laws you need to follow in your day-to-day work. Failure to comply might result in fines for your workplace.

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Correct Links

Hover over links in emails before you click on them to make sure they’ll lead you to the right place.

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Think Before You Post (US)

Think twice before you post or comment on your social media sites. How will this reflect on you or your workplace?

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Privacy Screens

Using a privacy screen, or privacy filter, is an affordable way to increase your security when working outside the office.

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Unattended Computers

Leaving your computer unlocked and unattended can cause serious problems if someone else has access to it.

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Same Password

Managing multiple passwords can be hard, but here’s why you shouldn’t use the same password for every account.

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Vishing

When a person calls you on the phone and uses a false reason or claim to trick you into handing over personal or sensitive information, such as your social security number or credit card information, that’s called Vishing.

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Phone Locking

Documents, memos, emails, and contacts can be stolen if you leave your phone unlocked.

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Ransomware

You can infect your computer with ransomware by various means, like opening an attachment or updating your computer from an untrustworthy source. It can be very expensive to recover your files.

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Data Leaks

A data leak is the intentional or unintentional release of secure or private/confidential information to an untrusted environment.

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Keylogger

Check your computer ports regularly for unknown devices.

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CEO Scam

Always double-check unusual requests from your boss, especially regarding financial transfers.

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Dumpster Diving

A lot of valuable information could be gathered by going through your workplace’s trash.

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Social Engineering

Don’t share confidential information with people who do not have authorisation. Not even your best friends.

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Home WiFi

If you’re working from home, make sure your home WiFi is secure and encrypted.

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USB Key Drop

What should you do when you find a USB flash drive? Whatever you do, don’t plug it into your computer.

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Shoulder Surfing

Cyber criminals don’t just guess or hack your password. Sometimes they simply watch you type it in.

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Handling Confidential Material

Your personal email and online storage are usually not a safe as your work email.

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Spyware

How does spyware get onto your computer? Here’s one way.

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Malicious Attachments

All mail is not necessarily good mail. Don’t open attachments or links from unknown senders.

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Printouts

When printing, remember to dispose of your documents properly.

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Free WiFi

It’s easy for hackers to monitor what other people are doing when they’re connected to the same free WiFi.

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Password Handling

It’s hard to juggle multiple passwords, but writing them down and storing them by your computer is what hackers are hoping for.

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Removable Media

There is a risk to using removable media. Make sure to encrypt your documents in case your flash drive gets lost or stolen.

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Passwords

To create a strong password, it’s best to use a combination of lower case and upper case letters, symbols, and numbers.

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Clean Desk

Our desks are not a safe place for confidential documents.

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Think Twice

Inter-office emails can be fun, but we still need to remember proper email etiquette.

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Tailgating

Hackers rely on the kindness of strangers to gain access to restricted areas.

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HTTPS

A website address starting with HTTPS is encrypted and much safer than a website address starting with HTTP.

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Spear Phishing

Knowing about someone’s interests and hobbies is valuable and helps hackers create spear phishing emails specifically designed for that person.

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Chain mail

It’s highly unlikely that chain mail contains relevant information. If you forward it, you’re just wasting everyone’s time.

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Password managers

We will always need passwords but remembering them can be difficult.

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Personal information

If a customer asks you to forget about them, you must comply.

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Phishing

8 million people are each day opening phishing e-mails, and this is the source of most cyberattacks.

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Pop-ups

Do you know the proper way to shut down pop-ups?

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Software installations

Make your IT technician’s job easier and don’t install software on your work computer without permission.

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Think before you click – phishing

One of the most valuable cybersecurity knowledge to have is how to spot phishing emails easily and avoid giving away private password and credentials.

blank
Unknown networks

Hackers can set up a WiFi access point, and if you connect to it, much of your communication can be monitored or even manipulated.

blank
VPN – Working from home

A VPN connection creates a virtual tunnel between your laptop or smart device and your office servers.

blank
Personal USB drives

Your home computer is not as well protected as your work computer.

blank
Online shopping risk

The biggest risk when shopping online is not that you could simply lose your money.

blank
Let the right one in

Make sure that only employees have access to the workplace, both during and outside working hours.

blank
Working from home – Insider threat

“Insider threat” usually refers to employees who leak data, but data can also leak out because of their friends.

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Working from home – Unattended computer

Keep your computer safe and locked when working from home.

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Social media sharing

Be careful what you share on social media.

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Spyware in attachments

When it comes to distributing viruses, spyware, or other malware, there is no method more popular among hackers than attachments.

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Spreading Viruses

If you install unapproved software on your work computer, the whole office network could become infected with a virus.

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Tailgating II

All workplaces should have strong policies and procedures in place when it comes to letting strangers into restricted areas.

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Home WiFi II

Always make sure your home WiFi is secure and encrypted.

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Double-check before you trust II

Be aware that there is always a possibility that someone has been “listening in” on your email conversations.

blank
Insider threat

Sometimes security breaches are performed by employees, willingly or accidentally.

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Security culture

Creating and maintaining a good security culture in the workplace is something that all businesses should strive for.

blank
Zoom bombing

With great new technologies come great new threats.

blank
Ransomware attack

Accepting software updates or downloads from a website is risky business.

blank
Microsoft Office risk

Do not enable editing on Office documents unless you’re absolutely sure.

blank
Conference risk

Beware of free portable memory drives and charging banks.

blank
Physical media

It’s easier to steal physical data than hacking into databases or guessing passwords.

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Phishing Urgency

A tone of urgency in an email is one of the key indicators of a phishing email.

blank
Juice Jacking

Always charge your devices using your own charger and cable.

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Keep it safe

Can your clients trust you with their information? Do you guard it like it is your own?

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Security Awareness Training

When we know about the dangers all around us, we can take precautions and try to navigate our world more safely.

blank
Stakeout

Always be aware of your surroundings.

blank
Online pdf makers

Don’t choose convenience over security.

blank
Passphrases

Forget complex passwords … oh wait, we already did!

blank
Update Your Software

Patching your software whenever you get notified of an available update could save you a lot of trouble and time in the long run.

blank
Multifactor Authentication

Hackers have been after passwords since the dawn of the Internet and they are surprisingly adept at stealing them and even guessing them.

blank
Valuables in car

If you are trusted with confidential information on electronic media or printouts, leaving them in an unsupervised car is not safe.

blank
Check Account Number

Fraudsters might try to sneak a bogus invoice into your accounting department. You should always double-check new account numbers.

blank
Network printers

The main risk factor when using a networked printer is that if you select the wrong printer, confidential material can reach unauthorized eyes, inside or outside the workplace.

blank
Auto-fill

Sometimes confidential information leaks out because email senders are in a hurry or distracted and select the wrong recipient.

blank
Mobile listening

Beware! Malware could be installed on your smartphone that turns on your camera and microphone to listen in on your conversations.

blank
Sharing information

Be extra careful about who you deliver confidential information to, and make sure the recipient has the authority to access it.

blank
Unnecessary Data

Read up on the privacy laws you need to follow in your day-to-day work. Failure to comply might result in fines for your workplace.

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Correct Links

Hover over links in emails before you click on them to make sure they’ll lead you to the right place.

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Think Before You Post (US)

Think twice before you post or comment on your social media sites. How will this reflect on you or your workplace?

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Privacy Screens

Using a privacy screen, or privacy filter, is an affordable way to increase your security when working outside the office.

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Unattended Computers

Leaving your computer unlocked and unattended can cause serious problems if someone else has access to it.

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Same Password

Managing multiple passwords can be hard, but here’s why you shouldn’t use the same password for every account.

blank
Vishing

When a person calls you on the phone and uses a false reason or claim to trick you into handing over personal or sensitive information, such as your social security number or credit card information, that’s called Vishing.

blank
Phone Locking

Documents, memos, emails, and contacts can be stolen if you leave your phone unlocked.

blank
Ransomware

You can infect your computer with ransomware by various means, like opening an attachment or updating your computer from an untrustworthy source. It can be very expensive to recover your files.

blank
Data Leaks

A data leak is the intentional or unintentional release of secure or private/confidential information to an untrusted environment.

blank
Keylogger

Check your computer ports regularly for unknown devices.

blank
CEO Scam

Always double-check unusual requests from your boss, especially regarding financial transfers.

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Dumpster Diving

A lot of valuable information could be gathered by going through your workplace’s trash.

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Social Engineering

Don’t share confidential information with people who do not have authorisation. Not even your best friends.

blank
Home WiFi

If you’re working from home, make sure your home WiFi is secure and encrypted.

blank
USB Key Drop

What should you do when you find a USB flash drive? Whatever you do, don’t plug it into your computer.

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Shoulder Surfing

Cyber criminals don’t just guess or hack your password. Sometimes they simply watch you type it in.

blank
Handling Confidential Material

Your personal email and online storage are usually not a safe as your work email.

blank
Spyware

How does spyware get onto your computer? Here’s one way.

blank
Malicious Attachments

All mail is not necessarily good mail. Don’t open attachments or links from unknown senders.

blank
Printouts

When printing, remember to dispose of your documents properly.

blank
Free WiFi

It’s easy for hackers to monitor what other people are doing when they’re connected to the same free WiFi.

blank
Password Handling

It’s hard to juggle multiple passwords, but writing them down and storing them by your computer is what hackers are hoping for.

blank
Removable Media

There is a risk to using removable media. Make sure to encrypt your documents in case your flash drive gets lost or stolen.

blank
Passwords

To create a strong password, it’s best to use a combination of lower case and upper case letters, symbols, and numbers.

blank
Clean Desk

Our desks are not a safe place for confidential documents.

blank
Think Twice

Inter-office emails can be fun, but we still need to remember proper email etiquette.

blank
Tailgating

Hackers rely on the kindness of strangers to gain access to restricted areas.

blank
HTTPS

A website address starting with HTTPS is encrypted and much safer than a website address starting with HTTP.

blank
Spear Phishing

Knowing about someone’s interests and hobbies is valuable and helps hackers create spear phishing emails specifically designed for that person.

Crafted in a combined effort by film-makers, behavioral and cybersecurity experts

If people doze off during the training, they aren’t learning. AwareGO videos are fun, engaging and highly relatable

Relatable content makes it easy for the employees to apply learnings in their daily work

Compliance is easy if the training is fun, engaging and short — so it doesn’t hurt employee productivity

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Deliver through our cloud platform or your existing, familiar environment

If you already have an existing delivery solution in place, easily integrate our content with code snippets or the SCORM standard

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Train people in their native language

Our videos are localized with voice-overs by professional actors and native speakers — and accessible with captions

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P.S.

70+ videos

Cover the full spectrum of cybersecurity awareness

60 sec. long

Short story-driven videos that don’t bore or hurt productivity

With quizzes

Each video has a quiz to reinforce learning

Add additional materials

Add company-specific instructions, links to relevant resources, etc.

Posters

Make cybersecurity top-of-mind in your physical spaces

Fits your brand

Add your company branding, telops or short messaging

Monthly updates

We release new videos monthly to cover emerging threats

In your language

Available in 18 languages with more being added

Beyond content

Explore how to deliver targeted training and how to track human cybersecurity resilience in your company

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Human Risk Assessment

Measure employees’ cybersecurity knowledge and behavior before and after training

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Security Awareness Training

Achieve compliance and build security culture with curated behavior-changing training programs

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The Halloween office party just got a little scarier!

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After the storm: Beware of disaster scams

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AwareGO named as a Representative Vendor in the 2021 Gartner Market Guide for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training

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AwareGO Earns Multiple Industry Awards

Human Cyber Risk and Awareness Company Recognized for Human Risk Assessment Solution San Antonio, TX –– July 12, 2021 – Human Cyber Risk...

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Out of Office risks: Vacations and cybersecurity

Summer is here and the long-awaited vacations are just around the corner – at last! As much as we want to leave work behind when we activate that au...

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How to prevent ransomware attacks

Getting locked out of your house is annoying. But getting locked out of your computer system can have much more serious consequences. Intentionally lo...

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How to recognize phishing emails

Organizations use various ways to teach employees how to recognize phishing emails. From long winded seminars or lectures to short and entertaining s...

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New security training videos that will help build security culture

We are constantly adding new security training videos to help admins build a strong security culture within the workplace. To do that you need to warn...

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