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Equip your employees with the knowledge they need to keep cybercriminals at bay with robust, detailed training content based on established adult learning principles. MediaPRO's General Security Awareness packages deliver the information your employees need for a price that will fit your budget.

ThreatCop is an AI/ML-based security attack simulator and awareness tool that assesses the real-time threat posture of an organization from the people’s point of view and imparts awareness.

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Vodafone, ProjectRoom, Wacker, Marsh, Grammer, ZuckerKotak Mahindra Bank, RBL Bank
MediaPRO General Security Awareness is ranked 13th in Security Awareness Training while ThreatCop is ranked 3rd in Security Awareness Training with 1 review. MediaPRO General Security Awareness is rated 0.0, while ThreatCop is rated 10.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of ThreatCop writes "Has great value for money with excellent features like unlimited cyber-attack simulation cycles, periodic assessment, and employee hack records". MediaPRO General Security Awareness is most compared with KnowBe4, whereas ThreatCop is most compared with .

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