Unrivaled Security Awareness Training Creates Cyber Secure Employees

Prevent data breaches, protect critical data, and make your security awareness training program a success.


Security Awareness Training Platform

Our comprehensive services turn your employees into your best line of defense.


Transform with Training

Drive real behavior and culture change using our powerful Brief, Frequent, Focused learning system and high quality, engaging, interactive security awareness training. Equip your employees with the information and skills they need to protect themselves and your organization from cyber threats, phishing attacks and ransomware.


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Conduct Phishing Tests

Identify vulnerable employees susceptible to phishing attacks using the PhishDefense phishing simulator; then immediately provide real-time phishing training to reduce risk. Effortlessly deploy phishing campaigns that simulate phishing, spear phishing, ransomware and BEC attacks using our pre-built templates, or create your own custom templates.



Track Policy Acceptance & Compliance

Easily upload your organization's security policies, track employees reading and acceptance of policies, and generate compliance reports. Automatically notify employees by email as soon as a new security policy is available and ensure policies don't go unread.


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Create Cyber Awareness

Incorporate our high quality, graphical security awareness materials into your employee education program to reinforce cyber security messages and enhance retention. Get employees' attention, focus your cybersecurity message, and spread the word with these fun outreach materials.


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Create Cyber Savvy Employees

Take a quick tour of Security Mentor’s unrivaled security awareness training lessons and training model. Discover how your organization can create cyber secure employees. Now imagine that employees actually thank you for training.

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Testimonials & Clients

You could take our word that employees love Security Mentor’s training and that you’ll see risky behaviors change, but we think you’d rather hear what our customers themselves have to say.

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Security Awareness Training that Makes a Difference

Isn’t all security awareness training alike? If I do phishing simulation, isn’t that enough? Reasonable questions, but the answer to both is NO. The success of your security awareness training program will determine if your employees understand security and their ability to prevent security incidents. If training is boring, hard to understand, or not interactive, you’ve lost the battle. Learning is most successful when small bites of sticky, targeted information are given frequently and reinforced over time.


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Security Mentor Blog

In 2008, Security Mentor provided security awareness training to our first customers, concurrently we introduced what remains the most effective security awareness training model available – Brief, Frequent, Focused™ training.
Public and private sector organizations share many similarities regarding technology and cybersecurity. However, public sector organizations face unique challenges, requirements, and constraints related to cybersecurity and the threats that government entities confront. In this blog, we explore six of these areas.
The Security Mentor team is excited to announce that we have been recognized in the "Gartner Peer Insights 'Voice of the Customer': Security Awareness Computer-Based Training" report. Security Mentor is rated an overall 4.8 out of 5 with 100% of our customers 'Willing to recommend' Security Mentor for security awareness training.
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