Infosec IQ release: Training recommendations enhance the way your employees learn
November 22, 2019
Training content recommendations are live on the learner dashboard, empowering your employees to take an active role in their cybersecurity education. With the latest release, we also introduce the Need to Know 12-Month Program Plan, PhishNotify™ for Gmail and more.
Content recommendations arrive on the learner dashboard
Thanks to your favorite TV, movie and video streaming platforms, the way we consume content has fundamentally shifted. Your employees don’t just prefer content tailored to their interests and preferences, they expect it. Security awareness and training content isn’t any different.
Our content recommendation engine provides elective content personalized to each learner, empowering them to take an active role in their cybersecurity education.
Content recommendations are served on each learner’s personalized dashboard. The dashboard displays one recommended training module for each core behavior the employee has not completed in the past 12 months. If the learner completes training on all nine core behaviors, the recommendation section is hidden.
Note: To disable content recommendations on the learner dashboard, adjust the Learner Experience configuration from the Account settings.
Introducing the Need to Know Program Plan
The Need to Know Program Plan is the latest addition to our library of pre-built security awareness programs and campaign kits. Use the Need to Know Program Plan and its 100+ training resources to launch a 12-month security awareness and phishing simulation program covering each cybersecurity training topic recommended by NIST.
- Training modules & assessments
- Phishing templates & education pages
- Campaign notifications
- Posters & infographics
- Digital banners & image files
- Stakeholder presentation
Follow the step-by-step instructions and leverage the pre-built campaign tools to set up your entire program in minutes.
Need to Know SCORM support
All 11 Need to Know training modules are now available via SCORM as a Service allowing you to deliver the entire series from your learning management system (LMS).
Re-released: PhishNotify™ Chrome extension
The PhishNotify email reporting plugin is once again available for Gmail users via our re-released Google Chrome extension. For information on installation and global deployment, please reference our knowledge base.
New training content, translations & SCORM as a Service support
Identity Theft training module
This module introduces the concept of identity theft, common ways your employees’ identities might be stolen, the possible impact for an individual and an enterprise and ways to keep personal information protected.
Spoofed Email Address microlearning
Teach the warning signs for spoofed emails with this microlearning module.
SCORM as a Service additions
Over 200 training modules in dozens of languages are now available via SCORM as a Service. Use the SCORM as a Service filter in the content library for a complete list.
New module translations
French, Spanish and Portuguese translations are now available for the following training modules:
- Red Flags Rule
- Anti-Money Laundering
- Social Media
- Cloud Services
- International Travel Security
- Business Email Compromise
- IoT Security
What else is new?
Phish report rate rankings
Your employees can now see how their phishing email report rate stacks up against the rest of your organization from their learner dashboard.
ADFS integration for SSO learner authentication
Infosec IQ Single Sign-On (SSO) learner authentication now supports Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS).
Filter training content by series
Use the new Need to Know, WORKed or Marine Lowlifes tags to filter the content library by training series.
What’s coming next?
Read the Infosec IQ product roadmap for an overview of the training content and platform features coming in the next six months.