The latest Infosec IQ release introduces new training modules, the Spanish version of our Working From Home training kit and improved flexibility when configuring custom sending domains.
- Microlearning series — six new modules!
- Working From Home Kit
- Additions to PCI DSS training
- Sending domain configuration improvements
- What’s coming next
Watch the new microlearning series
With the addition of three bite-sized phishing training modules, our complete, six-module microlearning series is available in Infosec IQ. Each module is less than one minute long, giving learners actionable tips to recognize and report the most common phishing tactics. Add the modules to an AwareEd course or assign them as in-the-moment training for phished learners.
- Spoofed Email Address
- Spoofed Websites
- Suspicious Links
- Domain Name Spoofing
- Malicious Attachments
- Phishing vs Spam
Launch the Working From Home training kit in Spanish
Our pre-built Working From Home training course and supporting resources are now available in Spanish. The course includes training modules, posters, desktop backgrounds and an email template to introduce the course to your employees.
To access all training resources, search for “Working From Home: Healthy and Secure” from the Infosec IQ content library.
Additions to PCI DSS training
The next installments in our PCI DSS training series are live, covering transaction types and threats to cardholder data.
Flexibility added to custom sending domain configuration
We removed SPF record validation restrictions when setting up a custom sending domain to give program administrators more flexibility when configuring and using a domain with existing SPF records.
What’s coming next
For a summary of the features listed above and an overview of all training content and platform features coming in the next six months, read the Infosec IQ product roadmap.