Microlearning adapts to the changing needs of knowledge.
On average, 19% of employees will fall victim to spear-phishing and social engineering attacks. In an era where businesses are subject to an increasing volume of cyber attacks, they must move from simply “training” employees to ensuring employees have the cybersecurity knowledge they need to actually protect the business. Moving beyond traditional training approaches, microlearning adapts to the changing needs of knowledge workers and uses proven information retention techniques to ensure the most effective learning.
In this white paper, you’ll learn:
- Why traditional security awareness training (SAT) programs have failed and how microlearning, and the brain science behind it, will move the SAT needle;
- Six components of an ideal microlearning platform for SAT with techniques to ensure that learning is effective and has a direct impact on your security posture.