Computer Based Training: More of a Good Thing for More Audiences
The Cofense Security Awareness Library has been updated with a clean new look for an improved learner experience in the latest (v6) edition of CBFree. Look for 18 new CBT modules in English, with other languages, including Arabic, coming later this year. The new modules are available now for SCORM delivery. For current, and new, customers with the Cofense Learning Management System (LMS), the new modules are rolling out in phases.
For many businesses, security awareness training is a regulatory requirement. When this training must be computer based (CBT) and SCORM-complaint, as well as fresh and relevant with best-in-class simulation, where do you go? On a tight budget and not ready to engage a new vendor? Cofense can help.
Cofense’s CBFree Security Awareness offering is a series of eLearning modules, full of up-to-date training and interactive content. Knowledge-check questions at the end help drive learning impact. The modules are available in SCORM 1.2 or 2004 with HTML5 responsive design, and are 508 compliant. They can be offered through your organization’s LMS or the Cofense LMS.
|Advanced Spear Phishing||Insider Threats||Ransomware|
|Business Email Compromise (BEC)||Internet of Things||Security Out of the Office|
|Cloud Computing||Malicious Links||Social Engineering|
|Data Protection||Mobile Device Passwords||Spear Phishing|
|General Phishing||Physical Security||Surfing the Web|
For many of our customers, security awareness CBT helps check a box to satisfy a compliance need. We recognize that this need is a requirement, so we provide a set of SCORM-compliant materials to help all companies – Cofense customers and non-customers alike – free of charge. Moreover, the same team that produces Cofense’s best-in-class simulations is behind the CBFree offerings.
The Cofense CBTs cover critical security topics:
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