Identify Your Riskiest Users.
Use data from existing tools to quantify risk levels of individuals and segments to create targeted action plans.
Deliver plot-driven, engaging content tailored to relevant behaviors, roles, risks, or business goals.
Change Human Behavior.
As behaviors change, measure the impact on your organization's security posture.
"Living Security's wide array of educational (and fun!!) content has improved our cyber education program tenfold. The escape room is one of our program's highlights, and each month we typically host 5-10 escape room sessions for our colleagues and they absolutely love the experience."
"Living Security's program for cybersecurity awareness month can be tailored to any organization or audience group. It has absolutely changed the way we reach out, train, and have created proven & lasting change at Rubrik."
“Traditional security and awareness is one of the few departments on the security team that didn’t have any really good technical tools. And so for the first time with Unify Insights, you’re empowering them with the data that you already have. I believe human risk management is the future of traditional security awareness, and we are excited to be on the leading edge of that.”
“When I was presented with the opportunity to give Unify Insights a whirl, I jumped at it, because it was a chance for me to correlate all that data. And in doing so, I could learn things that I hadn’t known before. I could see who was getting targeted the most with phishing messages. I could go into the business unit. I could go into people with similar job roles. Things that I could do if I wanted to go into Workday and then go into Microsoft O365 and pull that together, but with Unify it’s just built in.”
"Since working with Living Security, Cybersecurity Awareness Month is way, way easier than it used to be. Our team used to lose sleep every October. We see higher-than-expected engagement with the speakers and training provided in the Living Security CSAM program.”
“Living Security is on the cutting edge of where we need to get to in terms of how we are training our associates—gamification and small tidbits of information at a pace that works for them.”