Our recently released PhishAlarm email reporting features include the ability to customize the email reporting add-in button, and the patent-pending feature to whitelist emails from trusted senders to reduce false end-user reports of legitimate emails. Reducing the number of legitimate emails reported as a phish can save countless hours of helpdesk and/or infosec response team efforts.
Localization of Training Modules
To continue to serve global organizations, we enhanced our already broad translation library with localized training content in more than 30 languages across all modules. Localization takes translations to the next level and makes content more culturally relevant, including references such as regional currencies, names, locations, dates, and time formats.
Localization differentiates us from our competitors, whose translated training content often still reflects US terms and references. (For example, a Wombat module translated into Japanese will refer to currency as Yen instead of dollars.) Localized training content is more relevant to end users; it allows organizations to deliver consistent training across a global user base and leads to longer learning retention — key success factors in a security awareness and training program.
Enhanced Reporting Features
Our new dynamic CyberStrength® Knowledge Assessments benchmark report allows end users at an individual organization to see how their performance compares to other end users around the world. Additionally, the option to save filters was added to provide easier insight into changing program results. Automated Reporting will be released soon; this feature will allow you to automatically send report results to stakeholders and/or managers at designated intervals to increase their involvement in your organization’s security awareness training program.
New UX Across the Security Education Platform
All these new features are easily accessed by program administrators through our new easy-to-use interface with standard left-hand navigation and quick links to products and popular reports across the Security Education Platform. The new UX places the focus on assignments to allow administrators to optionally force the order in which modules are taken within a specific assignment, providing greater control in the training process.