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[Cybersecurity Awareness Month] Mindful Defense: Enchantments Against Spear Phishing By Breachatrix le Phish

In the mystical realm of cyberspace, where digital forests hold secrets and virtual owls deliver messages, we find ourselves in a constant dance between magic and deception. Today, join ...
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[Cybersecurity Awareness Month] How To Stop the Ransomwolf Attacks: Similarities to the Werewolves Terrors

Imagine a monstrous entity emerging from the shadows to prey on vulnerable organizations, leaving havoc in its wake. No, we are not talking about ghoulish and scary creatures of the ...
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KnowBe4 Named a Leader in the Fall 2023 G2 Grid Report for Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR)

We are excited to announce that KnowBe4 has been named a leader in the Fall 2023 G2 Grid Report for Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) for the PhishER platform for ...
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KnowBe4 Named a Leader in the Fall 2023 G2 Grid Report for Security Awareness Training

We are thrilled to announce that KnowBe4 has been named a leader in the latest G2 Grid Report that compares security awareness training (SAT) vendors based on user reviews, customer ...
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[Cybersecurity Awareness Month] Password Security: Do Not Get Bit by Count Hackula

Our login credentials of a username and password are sometimes all that stands between our personal identifiable information and cybercriminals. Count Hackula could be waiting in the ...
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Register for KB4-CON EMEA 2023 Now!

Exciting news, registration for KB4-CON EMEA 2023 is open!
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The Role of AI in Email Security and How Real-Time Threat Intelligence Can Supercharge Your SOC Team

In response to improved email security measures, cybercriminals have pivoted to more advanced attack methods, namely artificial intelligence (AI), that bypass existing protections. But ...
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[FREE RESOURCES] Celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness Month This October with our Cyber-Monsters!

Cyber threats can be scary, and for good reason.
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Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT): Learn the Methods Bad Actors Use to Hack Your Organization

They are out there, watching and waiting for an opportunity to strike; the bad actors who have carefully researched your organization in order to set the perfect trap using easily found ...
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[Cybersecurity Awareness Month] Spoofy Steve's Business Email Compromise Scams You Need to Watch Out For

Like a ghost, most business email compromise (BEC) scams are able to sneak through most technical defenses and end up in end-user inboxes.
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Your KnowBe4 Fresh Content Updates from September 2023

Check out the 66 new pieces of training content added in September, alongside the always fresh content update highlights, events and new features.
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[Live Demo] Ridiculously Easy Security Awareness Training and Phishing

Old-school awareness training does not hack it anymore. Your email filters have an average 7-10% failure rate; you need a strong human firewall as your last line of defense.
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[Cybersecurity Awareness Month] Frankenphisher – The Monster of Social Engineering Artificial Intelligence

Imagine an artificial intelligence (AI) system developed by a mad scientist to leverage the full capabilities of Large-Language-Models (LLM).
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[LIVE DEMO] Are Your Users Making Risky Security Mistakes? Deliver Real-Time Coaching in Response to Risky User Behavior with SecurityCoach

Do you need an easy, automated way to provide real-time feedback the moment your users make risky mistakes to help reinforce the training campaigns you manage today?
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