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How to Assess Phishing Awareness & Evaluate Simulation Alternatives

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While many companies regularly run phishing simulations on their employees, evidence about this approach’s effectiveness is divisive. In addition, the culture of fear it engenders (by shaming those who fail) can be counterproductive, leaving your overtaxed security team to sift through mountains of reported phish attempts that are actually spam.  

In this webinar, we will look at security awareness training as a whole, discuss the effectiveness of the phishing simulation test as a key component and review alternate approaches to training that may have better results.

Key takeaways

  • If running a phishing simulation exercise is worth it
  • Alternative (or complementary) awareness training methods 
  • How training for compliance and training for security can produce different results

Speakers

Dan  Raywood

Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Eric Smith

Principal Security Consultant, LARES

EJ Whaley

Solutions Engineer, GreatHorn

    Lauren Zink

    Security Awareness Manager, AmTrust Financial

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