Cybersecurity Awareness Training
Cybercriminals target end users. Ongoing cybersecurity education & training for end users is a must for businesses to stay secure.
Cybercriminals target businesses through their employees, often using user information as shared on social networks and other locations online to gain their trust. When end users unwittingly click phishing links, open malware attachments, or give up credentials and other sensitive information online, cybercriminals can bypass existing layers of security to successfully breach organizations’ networks.
Businesses need a cost-effective solution that delivers the right security and cyber-awareness training to the individuals who need it most to stop breaches and minimize the security impact of unwitting user error.
With ongoing, relevant, engaging cybersecurity awareness training—such as phishing simulations, courses on IT and security best practices, and data protection and compliance training where relevant-businesses can significantly reduce the risks they face due to user error. Webroot Security Awareness Training ensures that people, processes, and technology are all harnessed effectively together to stop cybercriminals.
Global, real-time Webroot® Threat Intelligence helps provide highly topical, relevant, and timely real-life educational content. Our integrated online security management console and automated Learning Management System make administration straightforward and easy, helping organizations reduce risk, decrease infections and related help desk costs, protect their reputation by experiencing fewer breaches, and secure their overall cybersecurity investment.
90% OF SUCCESSFUL NETWORK BREACHES WERE CAUSED BY USER ERROR*
*2017 Verizon Data Breach Report
- FEWER CYBERSECURITY INCIDENTS
- PROVEN EFFICACY
- ONGOING DEFENSE
- REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
Why We’re Different
- Easy 5-step setup wizard
- A fully featured phishing simulator
- Engaging, interactive courses
- Reporting Center
- Campaign and contact management
- Trackable, customizable campaigns