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Security Awareness Training

Address the Human Element

In today’s IT environments productivity is necessary, uptime is essential, and security is critical. The latest hardware and software provide layers of protection in hopes of preventing cyber attacks. The newest technology causes most IT providers to forget the weakest link: the end user.

A typical user focuses on their job responsibilities without prioritizing security risks. A surprising amount of security breaches stem from users unknowingly granting administrative access or installing crypto-malware—all due to a lack of user security awareness and training.

Reduce Cyber Risk Caused by Human Error, Affordably


An estimated 90% of security breaches are caused by human error, yet many organizations don’t have a program in place to protect the human attack surface. With Kaseya’s BullPhish ID security awareness training and phishing simulation solution, you can reduce your organization’s chance of experiencing a cybersecurity disaster by up to 70%.

  • Educate and empower employees to spot and stop phishing threats and follow cybersecurity best practices.

  • Automate training campaigns and reporting for effortless, set-it-and-forget-it training that gets results.

  • Satisfy requirements for cyber liability insurance purchase or renewal by having strong cybercrime protections — like a user security awareness training program — in place.

  • Maintain compliance with industry regulations and avoid high fees for non-compliance by conducting ongoing security awareness training.

Security Training Made Easy


Choose from a rich set of plug-and-play phishing simulation kits and animated video lessons accompanied by short quizzes — and ensure that training reaches every employee no matter how tech-averse they are.


Easily schedule training and phishing campaigns up to a year in advance. Reports show training results for the entire organization as well as individual employees and get delivered automatically to designated recipients.


Customize phishing emails, sending email addresses and attachments to your needs to mimic threats specific to your organization and increase training effectiveness.

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