[Free Tool] See Which Users Are Susceptible to Risky Security Behavior with SecurityCoach Free Preview!

The human factor is involved in 82% of data breaches, according to the 2022 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. Cybercriminals use social engineering techniques like phishing, spear phishing and impersonation to manipulate your employees in attempts to hack into your organization causing significant downtime risks.

Like it or not, your users are bound to make a security mistake some time.

These risky behaviors are exactly what cybercriminals aim to exploit when they send phishing emails or other social engineering attacks. 

How often are your users making mistakes? A 30-day free preview of SecurityCoach can help you find out!

SecurityCoach enables real-time security coaching of your users in response to risky security behavior. The SecurityCoach Free Preview allows you to integrate your existing security stack products with your KnowBe4 console and see how often your users engage in this behavior. 

At the end of your 30-day preview, you'll be able to see how many detected security events your organization could use to remediate risky behavior with recommended real-time coaching campaigns from the full version of SecurityCoach.

The full version of SecurityCoach allows you to:

  • Coach users in real-time based on their own real-world behavior, reinforcing comprehension and retention of your security training, best practices and established security policies

  • Build custom campaigns for high-risk users or roles that are considered a valuable target for cybercriminals

  • Measure and report on improved real-world security behavior across your organization, providing justification for continued investment

  • Reduce the burden on the SOC and improve efficacy through automation and reducing alert noise caused by users repeating risky security behaviors

  • Gain additional value from your existing security stack by integrating with common security products and services

See what risky behaviors you may be missing today! 

Activate Your FREE PREVIEW Today!

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