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Old school Security Awareness Training is static. It’s a one-time event without follow-up. KnowBe4's Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training starts with a baseline test to show the actual Phish-prone percentage of your users. Then it steps users through effective, interactive, on-demand browser-based training. As step three, you send frequent simulated phishing attacks to your employees to reinforce the training. This last feature, frequent simulated phishing attacks (we recommend at the very least once a month) really creates a change in behavior.
With Terranova's comprehensive, end-to-end suite of security awareness solutions at your disposal, you can address threats completely, effectively and in a way that makes the most sense for your organization and its culture.
KnowBe4 is ranked 1st in Security Awareness Training with 2 reviews while Terranova Security is ranked 10th in Security Awareness Training. KnowBe4 is rated 9.6, while Terranova Security is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of KnowBe4 writes "A straightforward and stable solution that provides an overall report card and is helpful in reducing the risk score". On the other hand, KnowBe4 is most compared with Proofpoint Email Protection, Wombat Security Education Platform, Cofense PhishMe, Barracuda PhishLine and MetaCompliance MetaPhish, whereas Terranova Security is most compared with Cofense PhishMe.
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