Meet InfoSec Institute at Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2018

The InfoSec Institute team will be at Gartner’s Security & Risk Management Summit on June 4-7 in National Harbor, MD. Come find us in the in booth #1045 to see how our security awareness and phishing simulation platform engages employees to think about security every day and helps you build a lasting risk-aware culture.

See SecurityIQ in Action — And Get a FREE Phishing Diagnostic Test!

Demos of our security awareness training platform, SecurityIQ, are available all days of the show. Beat the Gartner Summit crowd and reserve your personal demo in advance here.

Recognized as a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training, SecurityIQ pairs the industry’s largest role-based awareness education library with phishing simulations and unmatched client care. A successful security awareness program ‒ one that changes learner behaviors and gets results ‒ is personalized to each employee’s role, security aptitude and learning style. It’s the only way to cut through the clutter, engage your learners and make a lasting impact. SecurityIQ breaks the one-size-fits-all mold with:

  • 560+ interactive training modules, assessments & support resources
  • 1100+ realistic phishing simulations
  • Personalized learning paths
  • Customizable learner assessments
  • Early risk detection scorecards & learner grades
  • Unmatched client care

Just for stopping by, you’ll receive a FREE phishing diagnostic test for up to 150,000 of your employees. This free tool is a great way to assess your organization’s vulnerability to phishing. It includes up to three simulations, giving you great insight on your team’s cyber resiliency.

Can’t make it to Gartner? Claim your free test here.

Security & IT Training Discounts for Gartner Attendees

InfoSec Institute offers over 100 IT and security courses, and leads the industry with an exam-pass rate of 93%. Stop by our booth to learn more about our award-winning security Boot Camps, (Read more...)

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