Rethinking Awareness Training. Transforming Cybersecurity Culture.

CAB takes a new training approach that tackles the challenges involved with awareness training events and low employee engagement:

Engaging

  • Training is embedded in employee daily routine
  • Short bites are delivered via email, creating continuity and reinforcing the learning
  • CAB pairs a short knowledge bite with a quiz, for increased employee engagement

Effortless

  • Fully manage: training bites are being sent autonomously, without manual effort
  • Real-time progress is available through CAB dashboard
  • The training program automatically adapts per employee – keeps sending each bite until learning is completed

Efficient

  • Fully integrated with BLAST – our award winning phishing simulations solution
  • Supports 35 languages, saving the need to deal with translation
  • The most cost-effective security awareness training program available today
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Bite

Bites are delivered to employee inbox for a short, engaging training experience:

Awarnees Bite

Password. Just three simple rules

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Quiz Of the day

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Web Usage

Password. Just three simple rules

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Quiz Of the day

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Physical security

Password. Just three simple rules

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Quiz Of the day

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Clean desk policies

Password. Just three simple rules

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Quiz Of the day

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Removable devices

Password. Just three simple rules

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Quiz Of the day

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Mobile phone security

Password. Just three simple rules

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Quiz Of the day

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Privacy and information sharing

Password. Just three simple rules

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Quiz Of the day

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Social media security

Password. Just three simple rules

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

Quiz Of the day

Longer is better, prefer password of 8 digits or more. Make them memorable, use phrases such as black-ford or new-year. Use one password for one site (don’t reuse)

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