Stanford Security Awareness Brochure:

Stanford’s Cyber Security & Awareness Training Software is designed to improve the online security knowledge of end users and reduce their level of risk – this is achieved via email threat simulation and on-going, diverse training.

Cyber Awareness Training should form a key part of any Cyber Security Strategy.

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Human Risk Assessment

We provide baseline testing to assess the Phish-prone percentage of your users through various simulated phishing, spear-phishing, and vishing attacks.

  • Security awareness training can be undermined due to difficulty in measuring its impact. “You can’t manage what you don’t measure”

  • It is vital to establish a baseline on phishing click-through rates. This is easily accomplished by sending out a simulated phishing email to a random sample of personnel.

  • You find out the number that are tricked into clicking. This is your baseline “phish-prone percentage” that you use as the catalyst to kickoff your training campaign.

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Protecting Against Email Threats

​Custom Simulation to identify risk profiles within end user

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Reporting & Analytics

Access to a data driven reporting suite to measure risk reduction

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University and Training Resources

Access to industry leading content, created by Cyber Security Experts

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Office 365 Integration

Seamless integration with O365 to support access

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Building Your Human Firewalls

Through diverse and on-going training modules

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SAAS Based

​Securely hosted in the cloud, reducing the burden on IT resource

Engagement Product Features

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Complete Protection

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Let our experts take care of all your cyber resilience needs - contact us today to learn more about our comprehensive solutions.

To request your free risk assessment, click here