Many companies have invested in cybersecurity training for their users for a long time. But statistics show that past attempts have had limited success. Part of the problem is that cyber training is often implemented in regular, yet in-frequent intervals. Employees would complete the training and, in a few weeks, would forget the learnings. Moreover, employees usually perceive such training as boring obligation, something to get over as fast as possible and get back to work.
The cybersecurity awareness program is a continuous process of serving users the information they need to protect themselves and their organizations in smaller pieces and in a much more engaging way compared to traditional cybersecurity training.
Introducing Zero Trust app for Microsoft Teams! Zero Trust app turns cybersecurity awareness into a fun, engaging process blending it with everyday social discovery with employees continuously competing on the leaderboard.
With Teams based app, employees are automatically served with short, engaging lessons the in form of a daily quiz on topics such as password security, malware, and social engineering. Each quiz takes just a few minutes to complete, making it easy to fit into employees' busy schedules.
At its core, Zero Trust uses AI to analyze employee results and create personalized learning experiences. With Zero Trust, managers and trainers can gain deep insights into how their teams are performing on the microlearning content. Zero Trust uses learning data to create tailored learning paths that ensure each employee is receiving the most relevant and effective content for their needs. Our unique differentiators include:
Zero Trust is Microsoft Teams application which helps to empower your employees to become the first line defense, because 70% of the data breaches begin with phishing or social engineering. Application helps to increase the information retention and learning flexibility via microlearning. Besides it, the gamification and social bonding help to drive the personnel engagement.
Zero Trust is a dynamic platform that keeps employees informed on the latest cybersecurity trends and threats, helping to mitigate risk of your organization.
Zero Trust is designed to address one of the main challenges in security microlearning, especially in SMB market segment, when comes most of the attacks, the challenge is cybersecurity literacy. Usually, customers purchase antimalware/ antivirus software without any special adoption. But 70% of threats come from social activities in the net via emails, chats and social media platforms. This means that usually end-users based upon previous knowledge about security, while cyberattacks become more social oriented, the result is company infrastructure and data are affected the suspicious activities.
Zero Trust offers detailed, granular insights into how employees are performing on the microlearning content, allowing managers and trainers to understand exactly where employees are excelling and where they may need additional support by comparing insights with company critical cybersecurity awareness KPI goals.
By providing employees with content that is specifically designed for their needs and level of expertise, personalized learning paths can help ensure that they can learn and retain the material more effectively.
Personalized learning paths can save employees time by ensuring that they only receive relevant and valuable content for their specific roles and responsibilities. This can help employees learn more quickly and effectively, leading to increased efficiency and productivity.
Zero Trust helps you to comply with ISO/IEC 27001, HIPPA, PCI DSS, GDPR, EU aviation security regulation 2019/1583, and other regulations that require regular and documented cybersecurity awareness training.
Companies may choose to replace traditional cyber training with Zero Trust, but for new users we expect Zero Trust most often to complement existing training engagements, filling awareness maintenance gaps in between formal training.
The cybersecurity awareness program is a continuous process of serving users the information they need to protect themselves and their organizations in smaller pieces and in a much more engaging way compared to traditional cybersecurity training
Zero Trust Lite application turns cybersecurity awareness into a fun, engaging process blending it with everyday social discovery with employees continuously competing on the leaderboard
With MS Teams based app, employees are automatically served with short, engaging lessons in the form of a daily quiz on topics such as password security, malware, and social engineering. Each quiz takes just a few minutes to complete, making it easy to fit into employees' busy schedules.
To use Zero Trust, it is assumed that the customer has Microsoft Teams and sufficient permissions for the user to install new apps to a workspace. If the user does not have sufficient permissions, they will need to ask a workspace administrator to install the app for them or grant them the necessary permissions. This is discussed in the Q&A section, where there is an answer on what to do in case of insufficient permissions.
After employees have completed their initial cybersecurity onboarding training, the company can rely on the microlearning cybersecurity product as the primary tool for ongoing training and development. The product's personalized learning paths and advanced analytics will help managers identify knowledge gaps and tailor specific learning content for each employee, ensuring that they receive the most effective and relevant training. This will help employees stay up-to-date on the latest cybersecurity threats and best practices, and will help the company maintain a strong and secure cybersecurity posture.
It's important to know that microlearning products are not a silver bullet for preventing cybersecurity breaches. While these products can help employees develop better cybersecurity habits and knowledge, they cannot guarantee that a company will be completely protected from cybersecurity threats. It’s up to the company to follow microlearning results and act in case of identified risks.
It's important to know that the effectiveness of a microlearning product will depend on how it is used. For example, if employees do not regularly engage with the product or do not apply the knowledge they learn from it, the product may not be as effective in helping to improve the company's cybersecurity posture. However, one of Zero Trust’s advantages is to help companies engage their employees in microlearning content by using a social engagement engine that allows mixing microlearning content with everyday social interactions.
In-depth analytics, that can show knowledge trends on different topics.
Cost-effective solution compared to traditional, in-person training methods.
Continuous, up-to-date training on the latest cybersecurity threats and best practices.
Improved cybersecurity awareness and knowledge among employees, leading to more secure business practices and fewer cybersecurity incidents.
Convenient and accessible training that can be mixed into learners’ everyday communication, without requiring much time and effort to complete.