SecurityIQ Release: SCORM as a Service Training Modules Streamed From an LMS

January 18, 2019

A focus on flexibility brings new content delivery, campaign management and PhishHunterâ„¢ Threat Analysis improvements to SecurityIQ. SCORM as a Service, our new content delivery option for learning management system (LMS) users, ensures clients will automatically deliver the most up-to-date SecurityIQ awareness modules through their LMS. The latest SecurityIQ update also includes more precise PhishSim scheduling options and PhishHunter organizational rules built to automatically sort employee-reported emails based on shared components.

Improve LMS Integration with SCORM as a Service

SCORM packages are now available for download from the SecurityIQ content library, allowing users to upload and deliver SecurityIQ training from any LMS. Instead of uploading a static, traditional SCORM training file, clients can now use SecurityIQ SCORM packages to stream content directly from the platform to ensure their LMS delivers each training module’s most recent version. SecurityIQ SCORM modules are streamed from a dedicated content delivery network (CDN) for optimal performance.

SCORM package downloads are available for all SecurityIQ users with access to AwareEd. While the most commonly used SecurityIQ training modules are already available as SCORM packages, additional SCORM modules will be added weekly as we make SCORM as a Service available for every SecurityIQ training module. View all training modules available in SCORM format using the content library’s SCORM as a Service filter.

Deliver PhishSim Templates on the Right Day at the Right Time

You can now schedule the day of week and time of day to send phishing emails. Restrict phishing email delivery during the week, during business hours or allow for email delivery at any time on any day.

Apply PhishHunter Tags Based on Shared Email Components

Apply a global tag to individual email components, such as a from address, to automatically group emails with the same component. Tags applied to email components group employee-reported emails already in quarantine and serve as rules to organize emails reported in the future. This helps you identify trends and large-scale attacks to respond to threats faster.