Affordable Security Awareness Training Just for Universities and Colleges
We set out to create a comprehensive and flexible security awareness program that was just for universities and colleges, and not simply a rebranded corporate course.
One that works equally well for employees, faculty, and even the student population, with branding and customization that would make it feel unique to each campus.
And at a price even the smallest campus could easily afford.
“Much more cost-effective than KnowBe4”
I’ve been working closely with Neal O’ Farrell (Think Security First) to develop campus-specific cyber awareness video content. In a very short period of time, this approach has proven effective at reducing the number phishing related incidents we are responding to and has proven much more cost-effective than KnowBe4.
Patrick W. Gonzalez, Director of Information Security & Compliance, Morehead State University
How We’re Different
1. Secure In 60 Seconds, a collection of more than 35 short and branded security awareness videos that can be used for employees, faculty, and students.
2. Backed up by a more conventional 10-lesson university-themed awareness course for employees and faculty.
3. All university and college-specific, focusing on the unique security and privacy challenges faced by campuses, and using relevant messaging, language, branding, and imagery throughout.
4. Branded with your logo and identity, and customized with your specific policies, rules, and contact information.
And not delivered by an actor or animation, stick figure or Ninja, but by a compelling, persuasive, and entertaining expert who’s been teaching about this topic since long before the word cyber had been coined.
Free Training For All Students
For the first time ever, you can teach your entire student population about their role in security, as often as you like, at no extra cost.
And that includes a customized security greeting for freshmen the very first time they change their new password.
Free Training For Local Schools
According to recent reports, one in every two high schools has been a victim of a ransomware attack. If you decide to purchase our Secure In 60 Seconds collection, we’ll make a copy available for your local K-12 school districts, with your brand if you choose, so they can enjoy free awareness training for staff, teachers, students, and even their families.
The K12 version includes videos specifically for the high school environment.
A Free Program For Your Cybersecurity Students
If your college or university offers cybersecurity courses, our schools giveback program is a great way to give these students invaluable hands-on training in raising cybersecurity awareness across a large population.
Not only will your students learn about user security awareness, the most fundamental pillar of all security training, but they’ll also have a chance to lead the teaching of those skills to the very real world of their local community.
And a great project to have on their resume.
A VERY UNIQUE APPROACH TO PRICING
Security awareness training isn’t complicated, so the pricing model shouldn’t be either. Our pricing makes awareness accessible to everyone, all the time, even with the smallest budget.
You Own ItOur entire training package, including all videos, costs just $5,000. And you can pay for it over time too.
Forever UpdatesYou’ll have free access to all future versions, updates, and new videos, at no extra cost. So freshness guaranteed.
Train Students TooSecurity awareness for your entire student population too, and at no extra cost
Branded And CustomizedThe price includes branding and customization of each video to make it even more impactful.
You Can HostIf you have your own LMS, you can host the entire package, with built-in quizzes, and SCORM compliant.
Or We Can HostFor just $99 per month no matter how many users.
About The Instructor
Neal O’Farrell is widely regarded as one of the longest-serving cybersecurity experts on the planet, 40 years and counting. He got his very first introduction to cybersecurity in 1980, on a college campus, where a fellow student introduced him to his first password-stealing software.
He’s advised multiple governments, was member of the Federal Communications Commission’s Cybersecurity Roundtable, and has been behind some of the nation’s most ambitious security awareness initiatives. Meet him.