White Paper: 3 Reasons Why You Need Role-Based Awareness Training

On: August 4, 2016
Learn why role-based awareness training gives you the best bang for your employee training buck with our free white paper.

Top performing IT leaders know that employee awareness programs are a vital part of any cybersecurity and/or data privacy strategy.

And for good reason: the human factor targeted through social engineering remains the number #1 threat to cybersecurity and data privacy.

So, it may come as a surprise that only 50% of companies agree their current employee training program actually reduces non-compliant behaviors. For IT leaders with employee awareness programs in place, the question has become: What more can be done?

You need role-based awareness training.

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Awareness programs are hard to get right, and a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t go far enough. Learn how role-based training ensures employees receive education tailored just for their specialties with our white paper: 3 Reasons Why You Need Role-Based Awareness Training.

To schedule a demo of MediaPro’s award-winning Adaptive Awareness Framework or the Adaptive Awareness Portal (our brand new SaaS solution), please contact us

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