Think Cyber Security deliver measurable secure behaviour change for their customers

The company’s multi-award winning Redflags™ Real-time Security Awareness product applies behavioural and learning science theory to deliver uniquely context-sensitive, just-in-time security guidance. For example, interactions with emails, attachments, USBs, websites, applications, uploading or downloading documents can all be triggers for timely awareness. Content can also be drip-fed to staff, appearing directly on their device allowing them to engage with tiny (20-50 second) items of content to keep security front of mind. Tackle phishing, data handling, misdirected emails online safety and more.

A unique, behavioural science based approach, that really works:

  • 80-90% engagement with drip-fed content
  • Halved phishing click rates in 3 months
  • Doubled phishing reporting rates in 1-2 months
  • 10% shift in attachment handling behaviours in 2 months
     

Redflags ™ offers the toolkit organisations need to change security behaviours: 

  • manage operational risk from cyber-attacks directed at staff including phishing and ransomware
  • meet compliance goals
  • reduce overheads and negative incentives chasing staff to do their awareness
  • keep content refreshed and relevant, adapting in days or even hours to the news or even incidents
  • target specific behaviours and specific users
  • build a security culture
     

All whilst allowing staff to get on with their jobs, to achieve business goals.

Redflags™ won techUK Cyber Innovator of the Year 2021 and SC Awards Best Professional Training Programme 2020.

Reach the parts other security awareness simply can't, empowering your users to protect themselves against cyber threats, reach out to us today.

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