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KnowBe4 Introduces New “Social Engineering Indicators” Training Method

KnowBe4 introduces a new training method that IT managers can use to better manage continually increasing social engineering threats.

KnowBe4 Aims to Change the Face of Security Awareness Training

Company announces game-changing strategic alliance with The Security Awareness Co; Launches ModStore to offer customers the world’s largest library of security awareness training content

KnowBe4 Has Explosive Year-Over-Year Sales Increase of 298% for Q4 2016

Ransomware and CEO fraud fuels demand for its integrated security awareness training and phishing platform

KnowBe4 and Barracuda Team Up to Educate and Protect Users Against Phishing Attacks

KnowBe4 and Barracuda Deliver Integrated Solution for Security Awareness Training and Advanced Threat Protection for Organizations

KnowBe4 Aims to Take a Bite out of CEO Fraud Cash Cow

“Phishing Reply Tracking” will help combat sophisticated phishing attacks and educate employees to identify techniques that evade security software

KnowBe4 Announces Free Phish Alert for G Suite

New functionality offered at no-charge to fight rising threats of phishing and ransomware and shore up the “weakest link" in security: users

KnowBe4 Ranked Number 50th Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Fast 500™

Attributes 2164 Percent Revenue Growth to New School Security Awareness Training

KnowBe4 Warns Employees Against “AdultFriendFinder” Scams

Company warns of expected scams resulting from the 339 million adult accounts pilfered from sex community including fifteen million “deleted accounts”

KnowBe4 Introduces Partner Program for North America

Multi-Level Program Provides Value-Added Resellers and Managed Security Partners with Access to New School Security Awareness Training and Simulated Phishing Platform

KnowBe4 Research Shows Eighty-Two Percent of Email Servers are Misconfigured

Study shows majority of email servers allow spoofed emails increasing the likelihood of successful phishing and ransomware

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