What’s new in Infosec IQ — Winter 2020

December 30, 2019

New features, major improvements and fresh training content were added to Infosec IQ over the past three months, making it easier for you to prepare your employees to beat the cyber threats they face. In this post, we highlight the top additions from Q4.

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The new learner experience

Personalized learner dashboard

The Infosec IQ learner dashboard gives each employee a personalized learning center to complete their assigned cybersecurity training and review past performance. This encourages learners to take an active role in their cybersecurity education, gives them the ability to learn from past mistakes and grants them the flexibility to complete training when it’s most convenient.

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Training recommendations

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. Recommended training content is served on the learner dashboard and tracked to help you measure employee content consumption and report on cybersecurity culture change at your organization.

New program plan, modules, phishing templates & more

Build your 12-month training program with the Need to Know series

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.

New training modules

Am I Hacked?
Learn the signs that your computer or one of your devices has been hacked, and how to respond.

Creating a Cyber Secure Home
Learn the steps you can take to protect your home networks and personal devices, and the value of creating backups of important files.

Identity Theft
Explore several ways your identity might be stolen, the possible impact for an individual and an enterprise and ways to protect your identity.

Spoofed Email Address
Learn the warning signs for spoofed emails and the common tactics hackers use to trick victims.

SCORM conversions & translations

SCORM as a Service is now available for over 200 training modules.

Prepare your employees with new phishing templates

Over 40 new phishing templates were added to Infosec IQ over the last 3 months to help you prepare employees for the attacks they are most likely to encounter.

New phishing templates include:

  • Office 365 – Revalidate Account
  • Spotify – Payment Rejected
  • Business Proposal
  • PayPal – Transaction
  • Disney+ – Free Trial
  • Password Expiration – Keep Your Password
  • Walmart – Holiday Deals
  • Google Drive – Shared Document
  • Human Resources – Performance Evaluation
  • Facebook – Video


A new Need to know phishing template category with 27 unique templates is also available, allowing you to run themed phishing education alongside the Need to Know training campaign.

New features to enhance training & management

Notification customization

Improved AwareEd campaign notifications allow you to construct a custom notification cadence to encourage learners to start or complete training and update managers on each of their employees’ training status. Notifications are also fully customizable, giving you the ability to include or remove branding elements or build an entire notification from scratch.

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.

ADFS integration for SSO learner authentication

Infosec IQ Single Sign-On (SSO) learner authentication now supports Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS).

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.