Infosec IQ release: Your Cybersecurity Awareness Month Toolkit
September 8, 2020
A new, pre-built campaign kit is live in Infosec IQ just in time for Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The latest release also introduces new PhishHunter threat response options, a new training module, newsletter and more!
- Cybersecurity Awareness Month Toolkit
- Orchestrate your threat response
- New training content
- See what’s coming next
Ride West for Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Want to take your employees on an unforgettable adventure this Cybersecurity Awareness Month? Download the Wild Wild Net Campaign Kit for everything you need to launch an awareness campaign that will keep your employees engaged all October.
Welcome to the Wild Wild Net
Just like wanted posters in the Wild West helped the public recognize the region’s most infamous villains, our free training kit personifies common cyber threats to make them memorable and help prepare your employees for the real attacks they face.
Orchestrate your incident response with PhishHunter
You can now create rules to automatically organize and assign a threat score score for employee-reported emails based on the contents of the email header information.
Create a new rule from the PhishHunter Orchestration Center to leverage existing threat intelligence and improve your team’s threat response.
Check out the latest training content
Watch: Key Cybersecurity Terminology
This training module introduces important cybersecurity and risk management terminology and discusses motivating factors behind cyber attacks. Watch it now in the Content Library.
Download: Need to Know September newsletter
September’s newsletter covers sophisticated phishing attacks, fake websites and vishing to help your employees identify and avoid these threats. Download the ready-to-email pdf version or use the editable version to customize the content.
What else is new
Campaign run API endpoint
A new API endpoint makes it easier to retrieve learner information from AwareEd campaigns. Use the Retrieve a campaign run endpoint to surface the details of all learners who have started, completed or are in the process of completing the campaign.
Campaign Notifications account setting
The AwareEd account setting is now renamed to Campaign Notifications to more accurately represent the AwareEd and PhishSim notification preferences governed by the setting.
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.