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KnowBe4 launches reporting tool: Advanced Roll-Up Reporting

KnowBe4 launches reporting tool: Advanced Roll-Up Reporting

KnowBe4, creator and provider of security awareness training, has added a new reporting tool to its training and phishing simulation platform. This concerns Advanced Roll-Up Reporting, which should give administrators of the platform a faster and better overview of the state of affairs among users.

The new tool is located in the platform’s Account Management Console. In their own words, the tool is especially suitable for companies with many users, such as service providers, resellers and enterprises.

Advanced Roll-Up Reporting includes risk analysis figures, a user dashboard and an overview of the training courses followed by users. It also shows a Phish-Prone Percentage, which indicates how likely it is that someone will click on a phishing email. In addition, training courses can be compared and there is a tool for license management. The tool should give administrators insight into the strong and weaker parts of the population, among other things.

Human factor

KnowBe4 is a company that helps organizations deal with the human factor in cybersecurity. It does this by means of a training platform with simulations of phishing content. “It is impossible to properly protect a company against cybercrime without considering the people,” says Jeffrey de Graaf, EMEA director of KnowBe4. “Hackers are still very successful with so-called social engineering attacks and ingenious phishing emails.”

De Graaf argues that looking at the digital resilience of employees is a good starting point. “You want to know how quickly they learn from the simulated attacks and training. Advanced Roll-Up Reporting gives administrators that insight. They spend less time analyzing user data and can put more energy into testing and training the right things.”

Research by Sophos in 2018 showed that 41 percent of organisations are confronted with phishing attempts on a daily basis. The most common phishing emails are, for example, about making an appointment or about traffic fines.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.