Jeder weiss, dass ich Phishing-Kampagnen in Unternehmen sehr kritisch gegenüber stehe. Aber den Approach von HOXHUNT finde ich echt spannend. Gamification als Training und ohne Blaming – so stelle ich mir das vor. Und das Whitepaper von Ira Winkler liesst sich sehr gut.
Hoxhunt was founded because we think that the old approach for security training does not work. Traditional approaches for security awareness are complex and time consuming to manage for the security teams are often neither effective or enjoyable for the group that it is meant for to educate – employees.
Hoxhunt’s approach from the beginning has been to engage employees in individual role-based training. With our gamified and personalised approach we’ve built a solution that is both effective and fun to use. It’s not possible to build personalised trainings for a large workforce without the help of technology. That’s why we’ve invested heavily in building a system that uses machine learning and large amounts of data to automatically send relevant simulations based on the progression and role of the employee.
The best validation for our approach are our happy customers around the globe and the hundreds of thousands of end-users that are part of the Hoxhunt training.
The security awareness industry isn’t new but it changes constantly.
We listen to our prospects, customers and end-users in the market and we’re continuously investing in our product to make sure the Hoxhunt solution evolves to meet the needs of the industry. In addition to our customers, Hoxhunt has also been recognized by the veterans of the industry lately by Ira Winkler.
Ira Winkler is considered one of the world’s most influential security professionals and has been named “The Awareness Crusader” by the CSO magazine. We were excited to see that our vision about the security awareness industry and the way companies should approach it aligns closely with how Ira sees the world.
Ira Winkler wrote a whitepaper about the Hoxhunt approach and how it is unique from other companies in the market.
Quelle/Source: Hoxhunt Blog