InfoSec Institute Nominated in 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Safety Awareness CBT

May 19, 2018

 

The InfoSec Institute has developed an extensive library of teaching material on cybersecurity and assists safety experts to attain qualifications to improve their job possibilities. The business has also developed a platform for companies to use to improve their safeguards against phishing attacks and other dangers that target workers.

The company’s SecurityIQ training platform merges an extensive library of teaching material as well as a phishing simulation solution within a single platform. After teaching the staff, companies can use phishing simulations to find out how effective their teaching has been. The simulations assist companies to find areas of weakness that can be tackled with additional training. The platform now contains over 300 training modules and more than 1,000 phishing patterns based on real-world phishing situations.

The business has been rated a Top 20 Training Company and has received a reward for excellence at the Info Security Product Guide annual Global Excellence Awards for Safety Teaching & Education.

The Madison, WI-situated company has lately received one more award to add to its recent score of awards. The SecurityIQ platform has been nominated in the 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Safety Consciousness Computer-Based Teaching.

To be nominated in the Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice, a business should show excellence in a particular field, which is evaluated by the volume and quality of client scores. The InfoSec Institute was included after getting 80 positive, confirmed client reviews, securing an average of 4.7 stars out of 5.

The SecurityIQ platform was highly ranked on the simplicity of use, the wide variety of teaching material, the simplicity of creating custom content tailor-made, and its outstanding client service.

“We’re excited our customers named us a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Selection for Safety Consciousness Computer-Based Training,” said Jack Koziol, InfoSec Institute CEO. “With more than 30 sellers in this space, we believe it’s an honor to receive this distinction.”