Infosec IQ release: Choose Your Own Adventure® meets security awareness
January 14, 2021
The our latest release brings adventure and gamification to Infosec IQ. The latest release also includes a new learner accessibility standard, plus new training content for 2021 and PhishHunter default rules.
- Choose Your Own Adventure
- Infosec IQ accessibility standard
- New training content
- PhishHunter default rules
- See what’s coming next
Choose your own security awareness adventure
We partnered with the team behind the Choose Your Own Adventure brand to bring the excitement and intrigue of the popular gamebook series to your security awareness and training program.
Our Choose Your Own Adventure Security Awareness Games bring gamification to Infosec IQ, while remaining:
- As easy to deliver as any Infosec IQ training course
- Accessible for all learners
- SCORM compliant
Infosec IQ achieves WCAG 2.1 AA & Section 508 compliance
In an effort to make Infosec IQ security awareness and training accessible for all learners, we made dozens of improvements to the learner dashboard and all learner-facing training resources. This includes improved support for screen readers and assistive technologies, enhanced keyboard navigation, refinement of visual and audio cues and more.
Infosec IQ has achieved WCAG 2.1 Level 2 (AA) and Section 508 compliance. Download the Infosec IQ VPAT & accessibility guide for compliance details and in-app instructions for ensuring your training program is accessible for your entire workforce.
Use the latest training content
Need to Know: Lost and Found
When a key card gets lost, Fiona and Mr. Louis explore the possible dangers — and the importance of staying calm in a crisis.
Need to Know: Stick to the Policy
Keeping your system safe means thinking ahead and using what you have. Join Anthony and Judy as they explore the importance of sticking to a solid policy.
January employee newsletter — New year, new home office security strategy
Help your employees make security their New Year’s resolution with these five home office security tips.
New phishing templates
Along with new phishing templates added weekly in our Catch of the Week category, dozens of new phishing templates are live, including:
- Instagram Suspicious Login
- Whatsapp new voicemail
- Facebook Disabled Account
- AWS Amazon
- ASB Bank
- ANZ Bank HR
- Spotify – Confirm your account
- And more
Default PhishHunter rules make automation easy
Two new Orchestration Center rules were applied for all PhishHunter users to make it easier to automatically respond to employee-reported emails and organize your email review queue.
Rule 1: Message has been reported
This rule delivers the Reported notification email to every employee who reports a suspicious email. The Reported notification thanks the employee for reporting the email and ensures them your security team is investigating.
Rule 2: AwareEd campaign notification has been reported
This rule delivers the Safe email notification email to an employee if they report an AwareEd training notification email. The Safe email notification informs the employee the email was not malicious and asks them to retrieve the email they reported to complete their training.
Once this rule is applied, the reported email is automatically moved to the PhishHunter trash, meaning it will not appear when reviewing your Analyst Console.
You can edit or delete either of the default rules from the Orchestration Center Rules Manager or use the Add Default Rules button to re-add the default rules.
See what’s coming next
Want a preview of the training content and features coming soon? Read the LX Labs roadmap to see what our talented content team is working on and reference the Infosec IQ product roadmap for upcoming features.