The report evaluates 12 security awareness and training (SA&) providers identified by Forrester. The report measures each provider’s capabilities and analyzes changes and trends in security awareness training market to help customers choose a provider based on their needs.
Psychological research, behavioral science, data science, and creative learning
Microlearning and gamification involving teams and encouraging competition
Variety of languages with localized messaging including imagery
Support centers in different countries
“Small organizations looking for a large content library and an automated solution should consider Kaspersky” along with “Customer references were happy with the support, the content length, and automated communications; they noted the lack of topic and question customization and difficulty in adding users to the platform as areas for improvement”
Significant content upgrades
New, highly engaging gamified training products
A training solution utilizing the latest learning and development technologies
New support and onboarding tools
Gamified training like Kaspersky Interactive Protection Simulation (KIPS) for decision makers and CyberSafety Management Games (CSMG) offer true gamification that promotes competition and employee engagement.
Our two training platforms Kaspersky Automated Security Awareness Platform – for SMBs and Kaspersky Adaptive Online Training for enterprises (available June’20) approach is based on human factor science and specifics of adult education with both focusing on behavior change.
Kaspersky ASAP content of interactive micro-lessons, tests, and simulated phishing attacks drastically reduce potential harm to an organization through as a result of employee ignorance or negligence.
Cybersecurity for IT Online (CITO) through interactive microlessons and tasks based on the simulation of the real processes equip generalist IT specialist with essential skills and knowledge.