KnowBe4, a provider of cyber security awareness training, takes over the Norwegian specialist for security software CLTRe. This provides customers with even more opportunities to examine their company or organisation with regard to the state of the internal culture surrounding cyber security.
According to both parties, the acquisition and the associated software applications will help companies and organisations to better measure their current security culture. It also allows them to benchmark internal culture against that of other companies in their sector. This gives them a better understanding of which parts require more attention and ultimately allows them to make smarter security decisions.
Combined offer of services
KnowBe4 provides an extensive platform for security awareness training and phishing simulations. Its platform should help companies and organizations train their staff in recognizing, reporting and preventing phishing attacks, malware, CEO fraud and other forms of cybercrime.
The software of the now acquired CLTRe – pronounced as culture – makes it possible to investigate the maturity of the corporate culture in the field of cyber security. Through seven research points, behaviors, responsibilities, cognition, standards, compliance, communication and attitude, the software assesses whether this awareness needs improvement and what measures need to be taken.
The integration of these software solutions with KnowBe4’s cyber security awareness training and phising simulation also leads to end users being able to measure even better how they are doing in the area of cyber security and then act on it immediately.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.