Security Awareness Training

Decrease risk with continuous behavioral improvement

Stop Threat Actors from Exploiting Your Business

Threat actors routinely exploit unsuspecting and untrained end users, making enterprises vulnerable to email-borne attacks. A lack of workplace-based security training increases the risk of attack and can result in exposure to costly malware and Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams.

Trained employees are a critical element of a strong Digital Risk Protection strategy. However, they often lack access to realistic security training, a clear understanding of risky scenarios, and an easy way to report suspicious activity. Enterprises also lack the time, budget, and knowledge to train users, resulting in poor visibility into employee security deficiencies and access to training solutions that minimally impact productivity.

PhishLabs’ Security Awareness Training enhances your security architecture by improving user recognition of suspicious activity while gathering valuable threat intelligence.

Strengthen the Human Firewall

Enterprise security teams often lack the expertise to create and deliver impactful cybersecurity training. Technicians are rarely equipped to administer comprehensive training programs that are traditionally managed by corporate specialists.

PhishLabs delivers a turnkey security awareness training solution matching organizational needs, with no additional management overhead. With PhishLabs’ configurable training modules, you can convert users from potential liabilities into security intelligence assets and measure success to ensure continuous behavior improvement.

Workplace-Based Training Stops Threat Actors

Traditional corporate training solutions often fall short of meeting employee and departmental needs. In-person training requires cumbersome logistical and curriculum planning, and in some cases includes irrelevant content to fill time and justify the expense. Worst of all, it can result in productivity loss and lower retention while removing busy employees from the workplace.

PhishLabs Security Training modules are packaged in easily consumable, 5-minute nanolearning segments focused on a single cybersecurity topic. From their private workstations, employees rotate through a robust library of scientifically backed microlearnings. PhishLabs’ specialized staff create training plans optimized for sustainable learning and measured against established KPIs. Modules can be delivered frequently and are designed to intermix with simulated attack emails to drive continuous awareness and positive behavioral change.

Simulations Drive Behavioral Improvement

Traditional classroom instruction, while thorough, fails to properly simulate real phishing attacks. Further, security teams lack the time and training to create and administer relevant simulations. End users require exposure to malicious email simulations, intermixed with daily communication, to develop positive reporting habits.

PhishLabs offers hundreds of relevant, industry-specific simulations, including Spear Phishing using OSINT, that blend with existing emails and test user susceptibility to modern phishing techniques. Enterprises work closely with PhishLabs training managers to examine ongoing response metrics, identify challenges, and adjust simulation sets to optimize learning and enhance human awareness of threats.

Strengthen Your First Line of Defense

Even the most sophisticated email security stacks will fail to stop all phishing activity. This leaves businesses susceptible to devastating attacks, and humans to recognize, report, and act on suspicious activity.

PhishLabs’ Security Awareness Training drives continuous, improved awareness while minimally impacting security teams or disrupting workplace productivity. Microlearning training modules and relevant simulations administered by a team of PhishLabs professionals enhance security intelligence by increasing skilled visibility into user inbox activity, while enriching collected threat intelligence that contributes to a strong Digital Risk Protection strategy.

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