Automated Security Awareness Program (ASAP)

A revolutionary way to defend your organization against cybercriminals

Creating a ‘human firewall’ for your organization

Most organizations have experienced some sort of “hack” or “phishing” from would-be intruders. But, despite knowing the security risks, many organizational leaders still aren’t exactly sure where to start when it comes to creating a security awareness program that will work for their organization.

Your employees are the last line of defense.

We’ve eliminated the guesswork by partnering with best-in-class KnowBe4, the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, to help you improve your organization’s security and manage the ongoing problem of social engineering. We will arm your employees through training and prepare them for the unexpected phish—building a human firewall.

Establishing a human firewall for your organization is not only a modern way to reduce risk, but it’s also the most effective defense against cybercriminals. What’s more, with crypto-ransomware and cybersecurity attacks rapidly on the rise, there’s no better time than now to take a stand and teach your staff the warning signs of potential threats and how to act.

Introducing ASAP: Your Automated Security Awareness Program

ASAP is a revolutionary new tool that allows you to create a customized security awareness program for your organization.

Managed entirely within the KnowBe4 platform, this mature training program provides your organization with…

»  Actionable tasks
»  Helpful tips
»  Courseware suggestions
»  Management calendar

What’s more, you will also have access to…

»  Your personal Virtual Risk Officer
»  Advanced reporting on 60+ key indicators
»  Fully automated, simulated phishing attacks
»  Awareness training content library

An export of the full program (detailed or executive summary version) is available in PDF format.

Implementing your custom security awareness program

There’s four, simple phases to implement ASAP…

1. Onboarding your organization

Employees are added in as users through several different methods including, but not limited to:
»  Active Directory Integration (ADI)
»  Quick import
»  CSV import

2. Conduct a baseline phishing test

This test will give us an overview of how your organization responds to a phishing attack prior to training. This will be used to measure progress in the future.

3. Training users

Users will receive an email inviting them to complete the initial Kevin Mitnick security awareness training, which is 45 minutes long.

4. Ongoing, randomized phishing & residual training

As cybercriminals continue to advance themselves, we have to do the same. Ongoing phishing and training are key elements to help manage the problem of phishing and social engineering.