IMPROVE YOUR SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING
Keeping an organization informed and employees trained is essential to security and good cyber hygiene.
EMPLOYEES SHOULD RECOGNIZE THREATS
80% of security breaches stem from an employee clicking on a malicious link. Your employees are not only your first line of defense, but they can also be your weakest point. Keeping an organization informed and employees trained is essential to security and good cyber hygiene. Maintaining strong passwords and recognizing potentially malicious emails are two of the many ways Stronger helps train your workforce to protect and keep your organization safe.
IMPROVE YOUR SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING WITH THE GAME CHANGING SOLUTION FOR REAL BEHAVIOR CHANGE: DRIP7
- Mobile — designed for on-the-go employees to train where and when they choose. (Also available on desktops.)
- Daily — remembering training is based on the frequency of delivery. Drip7 is small doses daily for real skill development.
- Behavior Change — through repetition of concepts and a variety of messages, habits are formed and skills are practiced.
- Gamified — engage users with earned rewards, badges, and interactions that measure skills against teams and departments.
- Expert Content — real skills training based on diverse, industry, and compliance specific content authored by industry experts.
- Customizable — content packs are easily added and designed for individual organization’s needs.
- Empowerment — take fear out of cybersecurity and empower employees and staff with skills development and training.
Stronger recommends Drip7 for flexible, gamified, ready-to-launch courses that can be customized to your organization’s needs, colors, and logo.
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TRAINING AREAS INCLUDE:
- Social Engineering
- Reporting a Phish Button
- Data Protection
- Secure Passwords
- Insider Threat
- Incident Response
- Cloud Computing
- Phishing Gamers
- Risk Management
- Handling Data
- Securing Home Offices
With regulations including:
- NERC CIP
- Title IX
- Sexual Harassment