Security Awareness Training
A high percentage of malicious software infections and data breaches arise from employees who are tricked to click on a malicious link or open a malicious attachment. Eagle’s Security Awareness Program, provided through industry-leader KnowBe4, significantly reduces employee-related security incidents and helps organizations manage the ongoing problem of social engineering.
This new-school program is a three-step process:
- Send a simulated attack to establish your baseline phish-prone percentage.
- Engage employees with an interesting and entertaining training curriculum, delivered via online training modules and resources.
- Send frequent, simulated phishing attacks using an extensive library of templates to provide ongoing practice, and to measure progress.
Over the course of a year, Eagle will implement and manage an ongoing training program and regular simulated phishing attacks. You will see the difference as your employees’ phish-prone percentages go down and their computer security knowledge goes up!
Your staff is the most important line of defense against phishing and social engineering, and this is a fun and effective way to bolster that defense.
Contact us today to discuss how a managed security awareness program for your employees can benefit your organization.
Note: Organizations with 25+ employees that use email accounts through the organization’s domain are able to receive KnowBe4’s full security awareness program features. Contact us for more information.
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