2FA in 2024

An easy-to-understand explanation of two-factor authentication and why your employees should adopt it. A perfect reminder to employees about password safety and why 2FA is so safe. We can adjust the language to reflect “multi-factor authentication.”

5 cyberscams on the rise

This video highlights five emerging scams that consumers should be cautious about: gift card scams, eBay/Facebook marketplace scams, jobseeker scams, pet scams, and tech support scams. It provides insights into recognizing warning signs, asking critical questions, and avoiding these scams. The video emphasizes the increasing prevalence of cyber scams on social media and in workplaces, aiming to enhance employees' cyber awareness.

All videos are customized with your branding, which includes an animated treatment of your logo. Videos are delivered in HD MP4 format. Hosting of the video is not included in the base package and can be quoted separately.

 

 

AI-Generated Fraud

In this concise video, the spotlight is on empowering employees through awareness against the growing threat of AI-generated fraud. The video unveils three cyber fraud types fueled by AI and chatbots, underscoring the potential risks of voice sampling. It also emphasizes proactive responses, offering insights to help employees spot AI-generated fraud and take informed action.

Effectively equip your employees with the tools to detect and counter AI-generated fraud, highlighting the crucial role of staying informed and cautious in our ever-evolving digital landscape.

All videos are customized with your branding, which includes an animated treatment of your logo. Videos are delivered in HD MP4 format. Hosting of the video is not included in the base package and can be quoted separately.

Cybersecurity by the numbers

An easy-to-grasp overview of the current cybersecurity climate demonstrates why cyber hygiene matters to employees. This PDF takes a look at today’s digital threatscape through graph images, putting the stats in perspective.

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Cybersecurity Definitions

Your IT department puts out memos, messages, texts — you name it — to keep your employees engaged in cybersecurity. But would you believe many of them don’t understand what you’re talking about? Yes, even now, after all this time.
This live-scoring quiz will help your employees understand definitions of some of the most common and important cybersecurity terms. Five questions are written to be interesting and entertaining.

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No PII is collected in the default format. You also have the option to identify and score individual players.

Includes your logo on the intro and scoring page. English.

Basic quiz: $149.
Optional: Collect and send your player names in 30 days: $299.

Even if you’re not rich, you’re at risk

Our personal information is valuable. A great reminder to employees about phishing, smishing, vishing and more. This design is part of our latest set of Cybersecurity posters. Each of the four images uses AI-generated characters and a '70s-style design.

Fake ads on real websites

Just because the website (or search engine) is legitimate doesn’t mean the ads displayed there are. Here’s how to be a sharp online consumer.

Fake Job Postings

There is an epidemic of fake job postings and offers on LinkedIn, Indeed, and other platforms. Criminals use the contacts they make to infiltrate current employers. How can a user spot them?

Fall 2023 Phishing

Here are the latest examples of dangerous phishing emails and phishing texts, including those purported to be from DHL, Best Buy, Norton, and a particular focus on bogus Amazon messages. Learn the latest holiday scams, tricks and “scammer words”. Help your employees learn what NOT to do.

Four Social Media Scams

Examples of four social media dangers include LinkedIn/Facebook messages, posting an office photo, an Instagram account verification warning, and text messages from an online game player. Includes clues to watch for.

Hackers want your digital stuff

This video underscores that individuals are the primary targets for hackers seeking their digital assets. It outlines the most sought-after assets, including banking details, credit cards, Amazon passwords, brokerage accounts, and PayPal information, along with sensitive identifiers like IRS records and social security numbers.  Learn insights into safeguarding these assets, focusing on strategies such as two-step authentication and the use of complex passwords for enhanced employee awareness and password protection.

All videos are customized with your branding, which includes an animated treatment of your logo. Videos are delivered in HD MP4 format. Hosting of the video is not included in the base package and can be quoted separately.

 

How to respond to scammers

In this video, we delve into the realm of scammers, shedding light on surprising facts such as young people falling victim to scams more frequently than seniors. Gain insights from the National Cyber Alliance about scammers, how they acquire personal information, and recognize the red flags they employ in their deceitful tactics. Additionally, discover how to respond if you find yourself on a call with a scammer. This video underscores that scamming is a lucrative global industry with minimal risk of apprehension. Great resource to help keep your employees informed and protected.

All videos are customized with your branding, which includes an animated treatment of your logo. Videos are delivered in HD MP4 format. Hosting of the video is not included in the base package and can be quoted separately.

 

How to spot a dangerous web address quiz

Experience a live-scoring quiz with five questions, dedicated to the topic of smishing. Explore how to discern the safety of web addresses and gain insights into the anatomy of web addresses. Participants receive their scores at the quiz's end, and it remains accessible online for one year from the date of purchase.

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No PII is collected in the default format. You also have the option to identify and score individual players, which is an option that can be quoted separately (email cutrisk@awareforce.com for more information). In this case, player data remains the client's exclusive property and is deleted on demand or one year from the date of purchase, whichever comes first.

How to spot a phish

If it raises your blood pressure….slow down! A great reminder about phishing. This design is part of our latest set of Cybersecurity posters. The four images use AI-generated characters and a '70s-style design.

Infographic: Millennials vs Seniors

This infographic is designed to make your young and senior employees realize how they’re impacted by cybercrime. Included are the most common ways millennials and seniors get ripped off online and easy-to-remember ways to avoid being a victim.

Keep your credit cards secure

Live-scoring, a five-question quiz with interesting facts about the history of credit cards, ways you can use credit safely, and what to do if your credit card is stolen. Great reminder for the holidays to help your employees stay safe. A player receives their score upon conclusion. Remains online for one year from the date of purchase,

No PII is collected in the default format. You also have the option to identify and score individual players.

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