Tailor-made learning platform for IT security

Cybersecurity awareness and training provider SoSafe Cyber Security Awareness will be present at RSA Conference in San Francisco next week to present its fully customizable cyber security awareness training platform to an international audience.

With targeted attacks like CEO-Fraud and other social engineering techniques steeply on the rise, it becomes increasingly important for organizations to not only train their employees in spotting the usual phishing campaign, but also those attacks that mimic internal senders (e.g. you colleague or boss) or build on specific information about the targeted company or user. SoSafe’s full-service approach allows CISOs and other info tech professionals to run tailored awareness campaigns without any administrative hassle.

Apart from fully customized phishing mails, SoSafe also offers an automated way to adapt the content of its interactive e-learning modules to the clients’ policies. For example, a password learning module can be customized in a way that the internal policies about password usage (e.g. 12 characters, special characters to be included, etc.) are included directly within the training module. The same applies to respective mobile device policies or specific incident response processes. “A problem with the existing run-of-the-mill training content is that it fails to match specific companies’ policies, up to a point where the recommendations can even be confusing for employees. At the same time, the cost of developing tailor-made web-based training modules are too high for most awareness budgets.” explains SoSafe Managing Director Niklas Hellemann. “With our automated customizing feature, we are now able to offer our client a tailor-made experience at the cost of a platform product.”

Companies can furthermore automatically brand the learning modules, i.e. apply their corporate identity and logo. Being the first awareness platform of its kind, the customizing and branding functionality also works with a SCORM-based distribution within internal learning management systems (LMS), with SoSafe’s unique “SCORM Streaming” engine, ensuring that all content is constantly kept up-to-date.

Visit SoSafe at the TeleTrusT booth “IT Security made in Germany” at Moscone Center, North Expo, Booth No. 5671 or visit www.sosafe-awareness.com

Über die SoSafe GmbH

About SoSafe Cyber Security Awareness:
SoSafe Cyber Security Awareness is a young but fast-growing provider of digital security awareness solutions. SoSafe’s awareness platform trains and tests employees with regards to cybersecurity and data privacy topics. Phishing simulations and interactive e-learnings teach employees in an effective and sustainable way how to use e-mails, passwords or social media correctly. SoSafe’s specialty is a true fire-and-forget model to awareness, relieving CISOs and IT staff from the necessity to build and design campaigns with complex self-service editors. Furthermore, SoSafe puts emphasis on an employee-friendly approach, e.g. offering fully anonymous phishing simulations with compliance to data privacy frameworks such as CCPA or GDPR.
Backed by international VC-fund Global Founders Capital, SoSafe is currently expanding its international client base at a steep rate. Many large companies, such as Swedish energy provider Vattenfall or German retailer Ceconomy, are relying on the fully integrated awareness platform to train their employees and turn on their “human firewall”.

Firmenkontakt und Herausgeber der Meldung:

SoSafe GmbH
Ehrenfeldgürtel 76
50823 Köln
Telefon: +49 (221) 2910-5993

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