Bothell, WA-centered learning services business MediaPro has been named as one of the bests in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Safety Consciousness Computer-Based Teaching. The business has been known for the completeness of idea and the ability to accomplish. This is actually the 4th successive year that the company has received the award and has vreated the Leaders Quadrant.
Gartner described that the business offers “among the most flexible unified content answers in this market.” The company’s CBT courses assist employers to train their staff to turn into security assets and identify and respond correctly to cyber threats.
MediaPro’s program was praised for its high degree of interactivity, which helps with knowledge preservation, the easy-to-use interface which allows easy customization of training programs, and a substantial archive of reinforcement materials.
Gartner’s Magic Quadrants are a good sign of the quality of products and services and the capability of a firm to deliver. They are utilized by many firms to assist them to decide on the best sellers and to create a shortlist of businesses to review in more detail.
Steve Conrad, creator and managing director of MediaPro’s stated, “Our acknowledgment is proof that industry specialists are realizing the significance of security consciousness programs,” “We’re thrilled Gartner, a valued industry analyst, has involved us continuously in their Magic Quadrant for four years.”
In the newest Magic Quadrant intended for Security Awareness Computer-centered Training, 12 companies were acknowledged. MediaPro is among just 5 which have been named a leader. MediaPro links fellow security consciousness training providers, Wombat Security Technologies, Inspired eLearning, PhishMe, and KnowBe4 that scored highest for the capability to execute.
Global Learning Systems and the SANS Institute have ranked greatly in the Challengers Quadrant, for the ability to execute. In the Visionaries Quadrant, scoring greatly for completeness of vision, were Terranova WW and PhishLine. The remaining three companies Security Mentor, InfoSec Institute, and The Security Innovation were ranked as role players.