InfoSec Institute Now Has Largest Library of Security Awareness Training Content

At the recent Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2018, the InfoSec Institute announced that its library of security awareness training content is now the largest collection of content provided by any security awareness training company.

The SecurityIQ AwareEd library consists of standard CBT training modules covering the full range of email-based and web-based threats. CBT training is accompanies by video training content, and learner assessments

The AwareEd library consists of more than 300 role-based training modules and 150 reinforcement tools including program marketing emails and posters.

The recent expansion of its training content ensures its customers have access to in depth training content to help them prepare their employees for an inevitable cyberattack, and ensure they know how to respond when such a threat is received.

The training program is role based, allowing customers to automatically schedule training for employees based on their role within an organization, with a variety of training content available to suit individual learning styles and employees’ current level of security awareness – from basic cyberhygeine to advanced phishing and social engineering attacks.

Through the Security IQ platform administrators can assess each employee through its grading and scorecard system. Those assessments can be used to predict risk and tailor learning plans to correct any gaps in users’ understanding of email and web-based threats.

In addition to the training material, through its SecurityIQ platform administrators can run phishing simulations to test resilience to phishing attacks and gain a better understanding of their current security posture. Those campaigns are highly customizable, and administrators can choose from more than 1,100 phishing templates.

“Personalized awareness training is the only way to cut through the clutter, engage learners and make a lasting impact,” said Jack Koziol, CEO and Founder at InfoSec Institute. “As social engineering and phishing attempts grow more sophisticated every day, we’re pleased to offer our clients the deepest variety of high-fidelity content, so they can tailor their education programs to different learner needs.”

Author: Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of