Current training courses that face new threats
Current simulations and training sessions based on current threats
New threats and attacks are spread rapidly on the Internet. What was happening yesterday is old today. Nimblr Security Awareness is therefore continually updated with new Zero-Day training sessions and associated simulations based on current attacks and threats.
Nimblr Zero-Day Classes automatically prioritise the most acute gaps in the user’s knowledge to always provide the right information at the right time. Through a network of sensors, honeypots and human resources, Nimblr monitors current threats and trends so that new simulations and Micro Training on the latest threats are always available.
Nimblr Zero-Day Classes are normally short courses that only take a few minutes to do. They often include real-life examples in order to create a recognition factor around the threats and attacks that are widely distributed or are particularly relevant to users during the period in question. Nimblr Zero-Day Classes are often followed by related simulated attacks which use Instant Learning to immediately invite users who allow themselves to be tricked to also begin a Zero-Day-Class.
New and important Zero-Day Classes are prioritised ahead of planned Micro Trainings and an invitation is automatically sent out to the users to whom it is relevant. Warnings of fake electronic Christmas cards are meaningless on Midsummer’s Eve, which is why Zero-Day Classes are temporary and disappear from Nimblr’s range when the threats or attacks they deal with are no longer current.
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