KnowBe4 is a great catch for phishing and other IT security training needs
October 20, 2021

KnowBe4 is a great catch for phishing and other IT security training needs

Tuan Newlin | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with KnowBe4 Security Awareness Training

KnowBe4 is a corporate-wide training program utilized on an ongoing based. It is scheduled monthly, but additional training may be given if failed audits by the employee are generated. The training covers IT security ranging from physical access to electronic access to social engineering. Targeted training on a specific topic is given. Training is recorded and certificates for passed courses can be printed. The "Inside Man" series is a great series on showing just how easy it is to get into an organization and the series is also entertaining.
  • The "Inside Man" videos are great at capturing and keeping your attention.
  • The examples of ways hackers try to get you are well given.
  • The quizzes and tests do a good job to testing the training knowledge.
  • How we use the training, on a monthly basis, may lead to lost attentiveness.
  • More modules to be able to do on our own without it being pushed out.
  • I wish we could see more of the "Inside Man" videos, I see there are 3 years.
  • Awareness of the importance of knowledge integrity.
  • The different ways hackers try to steal information.
  • Ways to fight off hackers by how we view social media.

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I think the KnowBe4 training is very applicable on the social engineering side as many people concentrate on the electronic side of hacking and maybe more loose on the physical side of it. Bringing to light the ways emails and texts can be easily clicked on to expose you to hacking is eye-opening.