Your KnowBe4 Fresh Content Updates from December 2021



Check out the 38 new pieces of training content added in December, alongside the always fresh content update highlights and new features.

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Free Tools Update! User Comments for the Phish Alert Button

We are excited to announce the availability of KnowBe4's enhanced Phish Alert Button (PAB) for Microsoft 365 with the new User Comments feature!

KnowBe4's complimentary Phish Alert Button gives your users a safe way to report suspicious emails and empowers your employees to take an active role in managing the problem of phishing and other types of malicious emails. 

With this new version of the PAB, you can now enable your users to provide additional information when they report suspicious emails to your incident response (IR) team. The new feedback option gives your IR team more details to help them identify, analyze and prioritize user-reported messages even faster. 

PAB Comments Feature

How the User Comments Feature for PAB works:

When your users click the PAB to report a message, a pop-up window will appear where they can choose whether the message should be Phish, Spam or Unknown.

  • Phish: Emails sent by cybercriminals to entice users to click on a link or give up personal or sensitive information
  • Spam: Emails that are typically sent from companies trying to sell your users a product or service
  • Unknown: Your users can select this option when they are unsure whether an email is clean and legitimate, a potential threat or spam

Ready to try the complimentary Phish Alert Button? 

Get Your Phish Alert Button

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KnowBe4 – Pretexting: Setting You Up for the Scam

KnowBe4 Pretexting Setting You Up for the Scam

Cybercriminals are more successful when your employees let their guards down. An effective pretexting campaign creates a scenario that gets your users to lower their defenses, making them more likely to divulge information or take an action that they shouldn't. This Mobile-First training module identifies the main elements of effective pretexting and provides best practices for reducing the likelihood of your users falling victim to one of these scams. 

Thirteen new pieces of training content added this month. The KnowBe4 Pretexting: Setting You Up for the Scam training module is available across the Gold, Platinum and Diamond subscription levels.


The Security Awareness Company – January Newsletter

SAC January 2022 Newsletter 365 Security

The concept behind "365 security" offers a simple way to view the end goal of awareness programs: encourage people to make security a part of everything they do. We're kicking off the new year with that as our resolution.

In this month's edition, 365 Security, we take your users back to the basics, identify a few security resolutions that work for everyone, and address why security policy is such a vital element of every organization. The newsletter and questions are both available in 18 languages. 

Ten new pieces of training content added this month. Training content from the Security Awareness Company, including the January newsletter, is available at the Diamond subscription level. 


Popcorn Training – Cybersecurity Toolkit

Popcorn Training Cybersecurity Toolkit

In this 15-minute training module, your users will learn all of the introductory topics of cybersecurity. The topics include the dark web, passwords, social media, social engineering and mobile device security. This is a comprehensive module that outlines the basics of what your users should be familiar with when joining an organization but would also prove valuable as an annual refresher for all users. 

Four new pieces of training content added this month. Training content from Popcorn Training, including the Cybersecurity Toolkit, is available at the Diamond subscription level. 


MediaPRO – Stopping Social Engineering Threats

MediaPRO Stopping Social Engineering Threats

In this Mobile-First training module, employees will learn how social engineering scams work, the damage caused by social engineering, the way scammers manipulate users, and what to do when someone tries to scam your users. 

Eleven new pieces of training content added this month. Security awareness training content from MediaPRO is available at the Diamond subscription level. 

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In addition to fresh new training content, you want content localized to the language needs of your organization and users. That's why in addition to constantly updated and new content, KnowBe4 releases fresh new translations regularly to the ModStore.

In the month of December, 272 new translations were added for the following training content categories:

  • Newsletters/Security Documents/Posters: 74
  • Games/Assessments/Training Modules: 97
  • Video Modules: 101 

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Total Security Awareness Training Content Dec 2021

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


The world's largest library of security awareness training content is now just a click away!

In your fight against phishing and social engineering you can now deploy the best-in-class simulated phishing platform combined with the world's largest library of security awareness training content; including 1000+ interactive modules, videos, games, posters and newsletters.

You can now get access to our new ModStore Preview Portal to see our full library of security awareness content; you can browse, search by title, category, language or content topics.

ModStore01-1The ModStore Preview includes:

  • Interactive training modules
  • Videos
  • Trivia Games
  • Posters and Artwork
  • Newsletters and more!

Start Your Preview

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