Top 9 free security training tools

Cybersecurity training is one of the best defenses against cyber attacks targeting organizations and individuals alike. Although security training is a tried-and-true defense against cyber attacks and data breaches, security training is not one-size-fits all. Every organization faces unique threats based on their industry, cybersecurity tools and security policies and protocols. Every individual employee is challenged with different threats depending on their roles and responsibilities. And to add another level of complexity, each employee differs in their level of security awareness and ability to recognize and report attacks or suspicious activities.

Even if you’re eager to roll out cybersecurity training at your organization, you still might be wondering how to build the right training program, what tools you need to ensure success and how to pull it all off with limited time and resources.

That’s why we compiled a list of the top 9 cybersecurity training tools for you to put to use for free. Test out the free security training tools and learn how to build the right employee training program at your organization.

Top 9 free security training tools

1. Phishing Risk Test

Before launching a security awareness and training program for your entire workforce, it’s important to first understand how susceptible your employees and organization are to a cyber attack. Infosec’s Phishing Risk Test allows you to run a free simulated phishing test to see how many employees take the bait and measure your baseline phish rate.

With the Phishing Risk test, you can upload your employees, select a phishing template and send your test in minutes. The Phishing Risk Test automatically gathers results and sends your baseline phish rate in 24 hours.

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2. Google Phishing Quiz

Google’s phishing quiz provides a free way to test your employees’ ability to spot red flags associated with phishing emails. (Read more...)

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