CHARLESTON, S.C. (PRWEB) July 29, 2019
Today, PhishLabs announced it has been recognized by Gartner in the July 2019 Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training. PhishLabs is the only vendor in Gartner’s current Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training evaluation that delivers security awareness training exclusively as a managed service.
“We believe being recognized in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training validates the way we combine expert program management, bite-sized content, and tailored attack simulations to successfully drive behavior change,” said Tony Prince, CEO of PhishLabs. “Many enterprises want a partner that works closely with their team to deliver a great training experience that drives behavior change.”
PhishLabs’ Security Awareness Training is a managed service that consists of program management and delivery by training experts, top quality content that engages users, and a proprietary training delivery platform. PhishLabs’ training experts use a library of 3-to-5-minute interactive nano-learning modules, tailored attack simulations, and proven best practices to deliver ongoing training that fits client needs and yields positive security behaviors.
To learn more about PhishLabs Security Awareness Training, go to https://www.phishlabs.com/security-awareness-training.
PhishLabs provides a comprehensive set of services to protect against cyber threats that exploit customers, employees, and brands. In addition to Security Awareness Training, the company also provides Digital Risk Protection and Email Incident Response. Digital Risk Protection detects and mitigates external social engineering threats such as fake domains. Email Incident Response uses expert analysis of suspicious emails, threat intelligence, and Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) technology to detect, prevent, and remove threats that are missed by email security controls.
“Cyber threats bypass security technologies by exploiting employees and brands,” said John LaCour, CTO and Founder, PhishLabs. “We counter this by turning employees into security assets and crowdsourcing high-value threat intelligence on attacks that reach user inboxes.”
Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training, Joanna Huisman, 18 July 2019
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PhishLabs partners with enterprises to protect against cyber threats that exploit employees, customers, and brands. By addressing social engineering attacks across email, social media, web, mobile, and SMS channels, PhishLabs reduces the risk posed by phishing. Top enterprises rely on PhishLabs to protect against stolen credentials, malware, brand abuse, and online fraud.
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