AwareGO Human Risk Assessment and Security Awareness Training

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Additional Info

Company size (employees)10 to 49
Headquarters RegionEurope

Brief Overview

AwareGO offers Security Awareness Microlearning and Human Risk Assessment that helps organizations easily target specific threat areas and departments with curated microlearning video lessons.

All of AwareGO’s microlearning content is made inhouse in collaboration with cybersecurity experts, human behavior experts and advertising experts. It tackles specific subjects in a quick and entertaining way that increases engagement and information retention and minimizes training fatigue and loss of productivity. The ethos of AwareGO is to never shame or blame users but rather inform and empower. This is evident in all our videos, which are made with real actors and depict real-life scenarios or concepts that put cybersecurity issues into a different perspective and can even encourage some water cooler talk amongst employees.

The AwareGO Human Risk Assessment is a way to positively identify, measure and remedy cybersecurity knowledge and behavior within any organization. Employees get to test their knowledge and behavior in multiple threat areas (phishing, password handling, data security, social media etc.) in a secure and non-threatening environment that also creates a learning experience. The results can be used to decide on future training needs and create a virtuous cycle of training and assessing employees to create a thriving security culture within the organization.

AwareGO’s training platform makes it easy to send out security notifications and reminders via email, Slack or Teams. The training and assessment platform itself is simple and mobile-first that makes creating, delivering and receiving training lessons and assessments easy for both administrators and employees. The platform can be integrated with Active Directory, Google Workspace or the client’s own SSO system and also enables Slack or Teams training bots. The platform’s dashboard helps administrators see where they’re at and to create reports of how cybersecurity efforts are progressing.