Exactech Partners with KnowBe4 to Extend Its Service Offering to include Phish Testing
The press can't get enough of corporate data breaches. They delight in showcasing the latest horror story about a business that lost massive amounts of private records or millions in revenue to the latest hack. You could be next.
Despite all the funds you may have spent on state-of-the-
Security awareness training is by far the most effective strategy in combating these attacks however is can also be one of the most poorly implemented. The long list of "worst practices" for user education is almost endless – staff room briefings while people eat lunch and catch up on email or the customary practice of hoping for the best and doing nothing.
The KnowBe4 platform allows you to create a fully managed security awareness program.
Exactech is one of the first organisations in South Africa to partner with KnowBe4 to service the Africa market. We can give you access to one of the best on-line training tools for raising security awareness, which provides all the tools and information you need to get you, your team and your business security savvy.
In addition to the training, we offer monthly phishing tests, so you can see how many of your users would click on suspicious links. You can try before you buy, by signing up for your free Phishing Test today by visiting us at https://info.knowbe4.com/
You also have the option to compliment these phishing emails with monthly "hints and tips" to increase end user security awareness related to a variety of social engineering tactics. Executives get the insight they need to maximize training ROI and track security compliance.
Prerequisites - No prerequisites are required other than normal end user level knowledge of email and operating an internet browser.
Who Should Take Part - All employees in your organisation who use a computer, email and internet, from the mailroom to the boardroom.
Training Access Levels - There are three Training Access Levels giving you access to comprehensive reports and once started, the training process is fully automated.
Mario Fazekas, Exactech Forensics