Tyler Schultz

Tyler Schultz is a marketing professional with over seven years of experience delivering SaaS solutions to organizations of all sizes. As a product marketing manager at Infosec, he is dedicated to helping organizations build strong cybersecurity cultures and meet their security awareness goals. He helps the Infosec team push the boundaries of effective and engaging security awareness training with a focus on experiential learning, gamification, microlearning and in-the-moment training. Tyler is a UW-Madison and UW-Whitewater graduate and Certified Security Awareness Practitioner (CSAP).
Tyler Schultz

Run your security awareness program like a marketer with these campaign kits

Learn how security professionals can adopt basic marketing principles to transform an otherwise routine and easily dismissed security training program into a campaign that employees actually want to engage with.

The ROI of security awareness training

Do the benefits of security awareness training outweigh the costs? In this post, we show you how to calculate the ROI of security awareness training at your organization.

Gamification — Cybersecurity’s turn to play

Games are everywhere, but is there room for gamification in the workplace — especially when it comes to vital business functions like security awareness and training?

21 free training resources for Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM 2020)

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month — your best opportunity to jumpstart security awareness at your organization and highlight the importance for every

Top 9 free security training tools

Cybersecurity training is one of the best defenses against cyber attacks targeting organizations and individuals alike. Although security training is a tried

Phishing simulations in 5 easy steps — Free phishing training kit

Let’s face it. Phishing attacks aren’t just an obstacle for large, high-profile organizations anymore. They’re an unfortunate reality of doing business for a

[Updated] Top 9 coronavirus phishing scams making the rounds

We collected seven coronavirus phishing attack examples to shed light on the top tactics cybercriminals are using so you can help prepare your employees for the threats they are facing now and in the foreseeable future.

Pros & cons of using an LMS for security awareness & training

Can you use your learning management system to deliver employee security awareness and training? In this post, we’ll cover the pros and cons of running a security awareness and training program from your LMS as opposed to a dedicated security awareness and training platform.

Phishing attachment hides malicious macros from security tools

A clever new wave of phishing attacks prove malicious, macro-enabled attachments can still bypass security tools and pack a serious punch under the right conditions. The attacks, recently spotted by researchers at FireEye, targeted financial services organizations in the United States, tricking them to download and deploy a backdoor giving attackers full control of the victim’s environment.

PayPal credential phishing with an even bigger hook

With the increased adoption of multi-factor authentication, login credentials alone may not be enough for scammers to gain the access or information they’re after. Learn how credential phishing is evolving and what you can do to keep employees and your organization secure.

Why microlearning works: A security awareness perspective

In this post, we’ll explore microlearning techniques, how you can use it to achieve your training goals and what it means for one of the most important stakeholders in your security awareness and training program: your employees.

Your 2020 tax scam training guide

Get your W-2s and returns ready because tax season is on the way! As if deductions, exemptions and return distribution wasn’t enough, tax season becomes open season for cybercriminals hunting for sensitive information, credentials and even a direct deposit of your employees’ tax returns.