Savvy is a preferred provider of all KnowBe4 training products and services. And, to my knowledge, we are the number-one certified partner for the legal industry. Lucky for you, that means we can offer a cornucopia of free online security tools from KnowBe4.
Click any of the links below to download the free online security tool or contact Savvy today. You can literally download any of these tools and test your firm today. Think of this as a security tool shopping spree… and everything you need is free!
ONLINE SECURITY TOOLS: PHISHING TOOLS
- Phishing Security Test: Find out what percentage of your employees are Phish-prone™ with your free phishing security test. Plus, see how you stack up against your peers with the new phishing Industry Benchmarks!
- Phishing Reply Test: Check to see if key users in your organization will reply to a highly targeted impersonation attack.
- Phish Alert Button: This button gives your users a safe way to forward email threats to the security team for analysis and deletes the email from the user’s inbox to prevent future exposure. All with just one click! And now, supports Outlook Mobile!
- Second Chance: Second Chance takes an intelligent look at the clicked URL in email, and asks your user if they are sure they want to do this, in case they clicked on a potentially unsafe or an unknown website.
- Social Media Phishing Test: Identify which users in your organization are vulnerable to social media phishing attacks that could put your users and organization at risk.
ONLINE SECURITY TOOLS: PASSWORD TOOLS
- Browser Password Inspector: This tool identifies users with browser-saved passwords and checks the passwords found in the browser against your Active Directory so you can take action immediately!
- Breached Password Test: Checks to see if your users are currently using passwords that are in publicly available breaches associated with your domain.
- Weak Password Test: Tests against 10 types of weak password-related threats. For example: Weak, Duplicate, Empty, Never Expires, plus 6 more.
- Password Exposure Test: Identify users with exposed emails publicly available on the web, and checks your Active Directory to see if they are using weak or compromised passwords that are part of a known data breach.
- Multi-Factor Authentication Security Assessment: Helps you gauge your organization’s MFA security readiness and identifies your specific risks so you can better defend against MFA hacks.
ONLINE SECURITY TOOLS: EMAIL SECURITY TOOLS
- Email Exposure Check Pro: Identifies the at-risk users in your organization by crawling business social media information and now thousands of breach databases.
- Domain Spoof Test: Find out if your email server is configured correctly to block email spoofs from hackers.
- Mail Security Assessment: Tests your mail server configuration by sending 40 different types of email message tests that check the effectiveness of your mail filtering rules.
- Domain Doppelganger: Identify your potential “evil domain twins” and combines the search, discovery, reporting, risk indicators, and end-user assessment with training so you can take action now.
ONLINE SECURITY TOOLS: SECURITY AWARENESS TOOLS
- Automated Security Awareness Program: Interactive tool shows you all the steps needed to create a fully mature training program in just a few minutes.
- Training Preview: Access to the KnowBe4 ModStore Preview Portal to see the full library of security awareness content. You can browse, search by title, category, language or content topics.
- The Inside Man Preview: An award-winning KnowBe4 Original Series that delivers security awareness principles embedded in each episode that teach your users key cybersecurity best practices and makes learning how to make smarter security decisions fun and engaging.
ONLINE SECURITY TOOLS: MALWARE TOOLS
- Ransomware Simulator: Simulates 22 ransomware infection scenarios and 1 cryptomining infection scenario to show you if a workstation is vulnerable.
- USB Security Test: Download our special, “beaconized” file onto any USB drive. Then label the drive with something enticing and drop the drive at an on-site high traffic area. If an employee picks it up, plugs it in their workstation and opens the file, it will “call home” and report the “fail” to your KnowBe4 console. And for Office documents, if the user also enables macros (!), additional data is tracked and geomapped.