Webroot Security Awareness Training Overview

Webroot Security Awareness Training is the #6 ranked solution in our list of top Security Awareness Training providers. It is most often compared to KnowBe4: Webroot Security Awareness Training vs KnowBe4

What is Webroot Security Awareness Training?

Webroot Security Awareness Training offers comprehensive cybersecurity education that MSPs can deliver to their clients. Training consists of simple, easy-to-run courses and campaigns that minimize user-generated risks and help reduce infection rates, thereby driving down your remediation costs and adding another recurring revenue opportunity. Secondarily, adding Webroot Security Awareness Training to your portfolio will help differentiate your business from the competition through a stronger security offering.

Webroot Security Awareness Training Customers

Pink Hat Technology Management

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Webroot Security Awareness Training pricing:
  • "We were able to find an alternative that had more open-source and more customization that was at a cheaper price point."

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Sr. IT Solutions Architect at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
Top 5Leaderboard
User-friendly, has a good training content library and training videos, but it is not effective and the customization has limitations

What is our primary use case?

We use this solution for training, phishing email tests, new hire tests, and training campaigns.

Pros and Cons

  • "The GUI works well and it is really well built."
  • "The ability for customization has limitations."

What other advice do I have?

Before diving into using this solution, make sure that you do some testing. Push it out to just a group of your users or explore a bit before you just dive straight into it. I feel like because of our experience. It was a situation where they did an initial test and then they were impressed with some of the features, but once they started to use it, they realized that it was not really what they wanted. If anything, it was more than we needed. We were paying all this money for this solution, but we're really not getting that much use out of it. Try to utilize the features before you go with…