AwareGO is proud to be named as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s 2020 Market Guide for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training. According to the report: AwareGO is named in two places in the report. First in the Security Awareness Training Market Dynamics section where our partnership with Trend Micro is noted. Second, Gartner named AwareGO in […]
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Modern workplaces call for modern solutions. Our clients can now carry out their AwareGO cyber security awareness training through Slack.
News, emails and social media posts about Covid-19 will get the most attention these days. Hackers are ready, willing and able to use this to their advantage. This is where quality SAT (security awareness training) comes in.
When giving out the results of a penetration test, make sure you have the right remedies to offer along with it.
Now that internet and email correspondence makes up a huge part of everyday business, companies have been waking up to the fact that their employees need security awareness training to use these things correctly and safely.
We’re getting into the festive spirit but that doesn’t mean we forget all about cyber security. Instead we’ve released a festive holiday awareness video for the whole world to see.
Looking for great ways to spruce up security awareness in your company during Security Awareness Month? We’ve got just the thing. Check out AwareGO’s brand new Security Awareness Posters. They’re designed to remind people of good security behaviors and compliment them on a job well done.
Our focus has always been one of simplicity, ease of access and, time-saving. That‘s why our security awareness videos are short and our LMS platform simple to use. That‘s also why we offer a complete self service for our customers, if that‘s what they choose. We believe it‘s the simplest security awareness training platform today.
One of our latest videos is a reminder to everyone to keep your software updated. Once a software is launched small errors and bugs get reported and fixed via patches issued by the vendor, resulting in an update reminder on our screen. The right course of action would of course be to say yes to the update. So why don’t we do it?
In and of themselves, phishing simulations don’t raise awareness. Neither does forcing those who “failed” to sit through a lecture or long videos on cyber security. Phishing simulations, however, do give companies an indication of where they’re at awareness wise. An awareness score, if you will. But it only applies to the kind of phishing that was tested in the simulation. What it doesn’t tell you is…