Security Awareness Training

Security Awareness Training Offered by Savvy Training & Consulting

As a leading legal-specific channel partner with KnowBe4, the world’s most popular Security Awareness Training and Simulated Phishing platform, Savvy Training & Consulting can help protect you from cybercriminal attacks that come your way.

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Security Awareness Training for Law Firms
SPEAKER: Joanna Huisman, SVP Strategic Insights & Research, KnowBe4

Co-author of KnowBe4’s recent report, “2020 Phishing by Industry Benchmarking Report,” Joanna Huisman covers cyber threats to the legal industry and improvements achieved through security awareness training. She also discusses research-proven ways to incentivize employees to take your firm’s cyber security seriously. 

This event was recorded during ILTA>ON 2020.

Savvy Offers:

Security Awareness Training

Educate your weakest security link – your employees – to defend the firm against hackers.

Suite of Templates

Create spam, phishing, spear-phishing, spoofing, malware, ransomware and social engineering attacks using KnowBe4’s continuously updated templates.

Simulated Attacks

Launch simulated attacks that help to expose your weak links.

Secure Passwords

Teach your employees techniques for strong password creation and tricks for ways to remember them.

Sensitive Information

Protect your clients by teaching your employees how to handle personally identifiable information, protected health information, credit card data and your firm’s proprietary data.

Mobile Device Security

Your employees use all their devices for work, so they all need to be protected.

Free Ransomware Simulator Tool

According to Kevin Mitnick, infamous hacker and now world-renowned cyber security expert: “Your employees are the weak link in your IT security. U.S. organizations have been exposed to massive increases in the number of cyberattacks over the past five years, with a current average of 138 successful attacks per week, up from 50 attacks per week five years ago. Your end users are the low hanging fruit for cyber criminals.”

Find out how vulnerable your network is against ransomware attacks.
Contact Savvy today and request our free ransomware simulator tool.