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SOCIAL ENGINEERING POSES A HUGE RISK TO YOUR BUSINESS

Cybercriminals no longer waste their time trying to hack into your organization’s network. Today, they knock on the front door, and your employees unwittingly let them in. Attackers know how to exploit human emotions and impulsive behavior to get people to do what they want them to do. These cyber bad guys have an array of social engineering tools at their disposal. While the tools are important, it’s the impulsive behavior they rely on to gain access to your network and data.

Even though you’ve implemented a cybersecurity program to train employees how to identify and avoid phishing, CEO Fraud and other social engineering attacks, they continue to fall victim to these scams. That’s because your training tools are focused on personal knowledge, not on personal behaviors. To fight social engineering threats successfully, your cybersecurity training program has to be about changing the cybersecurity behavior of every employee.

DCOYA’S BEHAVIOR-CENTRIC APPROACH TO CYBERSECURITY ASSURES TRAINING SUCCESS, REDUCES RISK

By focusing on cybersecurity behaviors, Dcoya helps you empower employees to thwart social engineering attacks. Only Dcoya harnesses the power of machine learning, behavioral psychology best practices, and marketing methodologies to help employees learn and practice behaviors that will minimize cybersecurity mistakes.

Dcoya’s personal cybersecurity programs are based on the characteristics and past performance of each employee, which increases their engagement and training success. As employees adopt the right cybersecurity behaviors, their risk of falling victim to social engineering attacks is greatly reduced. Dcoya’s full automation and central management streamlines cybersecurity training and keeps you apprised of everyone’s progress toward awareness and compliance goals.

DCOYA PRODUCT PORTFOLIO

Only Dcoya helps you perfect the cybersecurity behavior and performance of every employee.

Simulate real-world attacks to help employees practice the right cyber behaviors

Engage employees as allies in the fight against social engineering attacks

Provide a “Made for Me” cybersecurity program to every employee

Effecting Change in Leading Organizations