KnowBe4 Fresh Content Update & New Features December 2018



Here's a few important updates to share with you for the month of December!

NEW PhishER PLATFORM RELEASED 
We are excited to announce the release of PhishER, a new product that’s a huge time-saver for your Incident Response team. It's surprisingly affordable. 

PhishER Logo Dashboard

PhishER helps you with two things:

  1. Cut through the Incident Response inbox noise and respond to the most dangerous threats more quickly
  2. Quickly process the emails that were reported as suspicious but are actually legitimate and need to be handled by that employee

Product Demo Webinar
Take 30 minutes and watch the new product demo. See how much time you can save every day: https://info.knowbe4.com/phisher-demo-on-demand

Check out the no-charge Phish Alert Button mentioned in the webinar...
KnowBe4-Phish-AlertDo your users know what to do when they receive a suspicious email? Should they call the help desk, or forward it? Should they forward to IT including all headers? Delete and not report it, forfeiting a possible early warning?

KnowBe4’s no-charge—yes, you read that right—Phish Alert Button gives your users a safe way to forward email threats to the security team for analysis and deletes the email from the user's inbox to prevent future exposure. All with just one click! 

Not using the free Phish Alert Button? 
Give Your Employees a Safe Way to Report Phishing Attacks with One Click

Get Your Phish Alert Button

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Now that You've Seen It...Get a Quote of PhishER!
With automatic prioritization of user-reported emails, PhishER saves your InfoSec and Security Operations teams lots of time. Find out the price per seat/year for your own organization. Like you'd expect from KnowBe4, it's a no-brainer:

Request My Quote Now

 

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TRAINING CONTENT UPDATES BY PUBLISHER
KnowBe4

PAB-Basic UseNew Phish Alert Button Video has been added to help train your users on how to use the Phish Alert Button. 

In this module, users learn about the Phish Alert Button (PAB), an email plugin that gives your users a safe way to handle actual or potential phishing emails. This module is the shortest version of this training and assumes that you have done training on how to handle emails before being assigned this training.

This training module is available across all subscription levels.


Two new training modules were added to the Criminal Justice Information Services Security Series (CJIS): Level 2 and Level 3 Training. 

CJIS Modules

CJIS Level 2 security training supplements the basic Level 1 course. It is designed to satisfy the FBI/CJIS requirement for employee training within 6 months of hiring for to understand the role of a Level 2 worker in protecting CJI.

CJIS Level 3 security training supplements the Level 1 and Level 2 courses. It is designed to satisfy the FBI/CJIS requirement for employee training within 6 months of hiring to understand the role of a worker with Level 3 access in protecting CJI.

Secure-Linux

One new training module was added to the Privileged User Security Series: Linux Administration. 

This course covers several important Linux security aspects, including login security, file permissions, why you should never “run as root,” why and how to watch your command history and other best practice tips. This course is designed to give you a basic overview of Linux security, which can be a very complex and advanced topic. It is intended for newer Linux admins or those interested in getting started with Linux administration.

Pretexting Training

 A new video module is now available called KnowBe4 Pretexting - Fake IT Attack. 

In this video module Kevin Mitnick (world renowned security consultant, public speaker and author) and Rachel Tobac (social engineer and the CEO / Co-founder of SocialProof Security) role play a social engineering attack using pretexting.

Pretexting is a form of social engineering where the attacker lies to obtain restricted information. In this attack, Kevin explains how he is able to steal the local password and the password for the HR system by pretending to be a member of the IT team.

All these KnowBe4 courses are available at the Gold, Platinum, and Diamond subscription levels. 


The Security Awareness Company (SAC)
SAC DecemberToday, mobile refers to a massive web of connected devices (the Internet of Things, or IoT). It isn’t about simply having access while on-the-go. It’s about having control of nearly everything from the convenience of a smart device that fits in your pocket or straps to your wrist. Learn about being secure when you and your users are mobile in the SAC December Newsletter.

 

 

Two new video modules were added to the Jasper the Disaster Series. Meet Jasper. He is one of our best employees. He’s always on time. He works hard. He never complains and is always happy to help out. But is he a security liability? Let’s follow him around the office and see if he follows policy and how security-aware he is when working remote.

Jasper Disaster Modules

 

Two additional video modules were added that include:

  • NIST Password Guidelines
  • Security Play by Play

Also, three new Security One Sheets were added:

  • The Data is on the Move
  • The Data Life Cycle
  • The HIPAA Rundown

And, one new poster: 

  • Internet of Things: Security Controls

All Security Awareness Company content is available at the Diamond subscription level. 


Popcorn Training 
Two Security Docs and corresponding reinforcement posters were added by Popcorn Training this month:

  • Compliance Series: Business Continuity Management
  • Building Secure Software Series
Popcorn December

All Popcorn Training Security Docs and Posters are available at the Diamond subscription level.  


exploqii

exploqii added a new video module this month, Microphone, Camerexploqii Decembera & Selfies. 

A selfie in the office in front of a seemingly insignificant background, shared with others. In it, third parties can see business rooms, identities and internal documents. If the next step is hacking a smartphone, tablet or computer, perpetrators could use the microphone or camera to record conversations or spy on business rooms. This module raises employee awareness of the risks their electronic devices can bring. 

This exploqii video module is available at the Diamond subscription level.  


Want access to the most comprehensive security awareness training content? With a Diamond subscription, see how much is available for your training needs!

As of December 26, 2018, KnowBe4 has: 

  • 783 pieces of education and training content
  • 193 Interactive Training Modules 
  • 148 Video Modules 
  • 271 Posters and Artwork
  • 152 Newsletters and Security Docs
  • 19 Games
  • Over 2,600 phishing templates

To see the full list of new content added this month and an inside look into the KnowBe4 platform, sign up for the Modstore Training Preview now!   

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