Train your employees against phishing and malicious email attacks.
Get Educated, Get Ready
Enable your employees to learn about the threats and how to avoid malicious emails.
1000s of Training Materials
Improve awareness throughout your organization via 1000s of resources, including videos, documents, slideshows, quizzes, video games, and more.
Integrated with Phishing Simulator
Integrate Awareness Educator with Phishing Simulator to automatically send training to the employees who need it most.
All kinds of resources
Efficiently use videos, slideshows, online exams, posters, newsletters, and video games to prepare your employees.
Create Your Own Material
Easily create and import training materials like videos, documents, posters, quizzes, and more to assign to your users.
Detailed Reports and User KPIs
Track-user behavior with in-depth user KPIs, department based-reports, and comprehensive reporting tools with scheduling options.
Get Your Private Demo Session
Book a free 30-minute video call with our experts.
Schedule and automate your training calendar for the entire year.
Reward your users for completing courses.
Provide training to your subsidiaries/affiliates with one click.
See your most and least successful users.
Remind your users about training enrollments until they are complete.
Repeat enrollments to selected user groups periodically.
Target users by their actions on particular phishing campaigns.
See the progress of email delivery for every user.
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