Your KnowBe4 Fresh Content Updates from November 2021



Check out the 28 new pieces of training content added in November, alongside the always fresh content update highlights.

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HOLIDAY RESOURCE KIT NOW AVAILABLE

It's the busiest time of year for everyone, especially cybercriminals. Hackers know surges in online shopping, holiday travel and time constraints can make it easier to catch users off their guard with relevant schemes. 

Holiday Kit 2021

KnowBe4 has a FREE holiday resource kit to help your users make smarter security decisions every day. The kit includes suggested training and templates, tip sheets, awareness posters, and two training courses to help drive home the importance of cybersecurity during the holidays. Plus new this year, we have a handy resource kit user guide with tips and campaign ideas for spreading the cybersecurity knowledge to your users! 

Get Your Kit Now!

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KnowBe4 – 2022 Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training

KnowBe4 2022 Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training

Discover the techniques cybercriminals use against you and your organization in three modules. You will start the 45-minute module in Social Engineering Red Flags, where you will hear first-hand information from a cybersecurity expert. After that, you will explore Your Role in keeping your organization safe from cyberattacks. Finally, you will apply that knowledge to Common Threats while watching three scenarios that detail how the cybercriminals actually try to trick you. 

Fourteen new pieces of training content added this month. The 2022 Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training module is available across all subscription levels. 


The Security Awareness Company – Holiday Season Guide

Security Awareness Company Holiday Season Survival Guide

The holiday season is a busy time for consumers and scammers alike. This short, mobile-friendly course reviews common shopping scams that happen online and in real life.

Five new pieces of training content added this month. Training content from The Security Awareness Company is available at the Diamond subscription level.


Popcorn Training – Business Conduct: POPIA Introduction

Popcorn Training Business Conduct Series POPIA

As part of the Business Conduct Series, this module introduces the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) and the basic steps organizations must take to be compliant.

Two new pieces of training content added this month. Training content from Popcorn Training is available at the Diamond subscription level.


El Pescador – Phish or Treat? - Phishing Edition

El Pescador Phish or Treat

In the "Phish or Treat?" game, you will learn the dynamics of social engineering schemes through an emphasis on phishing attacks. The ultimate objective is for you to recognize the red flags of a phishing attack and avoid becoming a victim. 

Two new pieces of training content added this month. Training content from El Pescador is available at the Diamond Subscription level. 


Saya University – Corona Vaccines and Hacking

Saya University Corona Vaccines and Hacking

It has become a hot topic in the news that research and development data on coronavirus vaccines will be targeted by hackers. Cybercriminals are targeting data and trade secrets, not just vaccines. This module shows the vulnerability and lack of controls when Japanese companies do not adequately train their employees about the use of public WiFi in places such as a hotel. Cybercriminals take advantage and exploit this vulnerability by using hotel WiFi with a forged Service Set Identifier (SSID). Your users will learn how to prevent the leakage of information resulting from the lack of using a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

Two new pieces of training content added this month. Training content from Saya University is available at the Diamond Subscription level. 


MediaPRO – Don't Let Malware Spoil the Fun

MediaPRO Dont Let Malware Spoil the Fun

In this video module, employees will learn what constitutes malware and how to protect against it. Your users will learn how to prevent getting malware by using smart computing practices.

Three 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 November, 284 new translations were added for the following training content categories:

  • Newsletters/Security Documents/Posters: 34
  • Games/Assessments/Training Modules: 47
  • Video Modules: 203

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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!

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