Trial to allow users to see how many detected security events their organisation could use to remediate dangerous user behaviour with recommended real-time coaching campaigns
KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, today announced it is launching a no-charge 30-day trial for its latest SecurityCoach product for those who are interested in experiencing a way to offer real-time security coaching to enhance security culture. SecurityCoach is KnowBe4’s newest, first of its kind product which offers real-time security coaching aimed at reducing risky behavior.
KnowBe4 is now offering the SecurityCoach 30-day preview to those interested in finding out how they can isolate and improve risky behaviors for their organisation. With the SecurityCoach preview, organisations can set up their security vendor integrations and detect risky activity on their devices.
SecurityCoach helps users and organisations combat the threat of social engineering techniques like phishing, spear phishing and impersonation, that are used by cybercriminals to manipulate an organisation’s employees in attempts to hack into their organisation. SecurityCoach assists IT/security professionals to develop a strong security culture by enabling real-time security coaching of their users in response to risky security behaviour. Leveraging an organisation’s existing security stack, IT/security professionals can configure their real-time coaching campaigns to immediately deliver a SecurityTip to their users related to a detected event.
“We are pleased to offer this 30-day trial of SecurityCoach, allowing users to experience first hand the effectiveness of the product and the potential difference it can make within their organisation,” said Stu Sjouwerman, CEO, KnowBe4. “With SecurityCoach, KnowBe4 is driving a new human-centric category in cybersecurity focused on helping end users and organisations improve their security posture and strengthen their security culture. This new SecurityCoach preview will shed light on the risky behaviours that IT/security professionals may be missing with real-time security coaching and advice that can reduce the burden on IT departments and help to better manage the ongoing problem of social engineering.”