Security awareness

New Resources Measure Training Retention, Prepare Teams for Vishing & SMiShing

January 15, 2018 by Megan Sawle

The latest SecurityIQ update is packed with new features and content designed to enhance the effectiveness and scope of your security awareness program. Updates include new learner assessments, vishing and SMiShing modules, and expanded language options for Dutch- and Italian-speaking learners.

Test Learner Aptitude & Knowledge Retention With SecurityIQ Assessments

SecurityIQ assessments are short, fully customizable quizzes that can be added to any training campaign to test learner comprehension, uncover additional training needs and validate active learner participation. You can build assessments using hundreds of preloaded questions in SecurityIQ or create custom questions tailored to your organization’s training goals.

Visit the SecurityIQ user manual to learn how to build assessments into your next training campaign.

Combat Phone-Based Threats With Vishing & SMiShing Awareness Modules

Do your employees know what vishing and SMiShing are? Teach them about these advanced social engineering tactics with SecurityIQ’s new vishing and SMiShing modules. They will teach your team about the risks of vishing and SMiShing and how they can protect their devices from attacks.

11 Core Modules Now Available in Dutch & Italian

We just added 11 training modules in Dutch and Italian for clients with geographically dispersed teams. Translations extend to all text and audio in these modules:

  • Program Introduction
  • Program Conclusion
  • Malware
  • Phishing
  • Physical Security
  • Password Security
  • Working Remotely
  • Removable Media
  • Social Engineering
  • Mobile Security
  • Safe Web Browsing

About SecurityIQ
SecurityIQ integrates security awareness training, phishing simulations and personalized learning in one platform to drop organizational phishing susceptibility rates and motivate behavioral change. Learn more.

Posted: January 15, 2018
Megan Sawle
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Megan Sawle is a communications and research professional with 10 years of experience in cybersecurity, bioscience and higher education. Megan leads Infosec’s research strategy, leveraging study findings to mature its cybersecurity education offerings and build awareness of cybersecurity diversity and skill shortage challenges. Since joining the team, she’s directed research projects on a wide variety of cybersecurity topics ranging from dark web marketplaces and phishing kits to the Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity (NICE Framework) and the importance of soft skills in cybersecurity roles. Megan is a University of Wisconsin-Stout graduate, an avid equestrian and (very) amateur mycologist.