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Internet companies often view traditional, punishment-based awareness training methods as damaging and disruptive to culture, hampering talent retention and attraction efforts. Hoxhunt’s approach to training is built on rewarding people for success and building a positive security culture. Our people-first approach makes training truly engaging and interesting by continuously adapting it to each individual's skill, role, location, and language.
The security architects of G2 wove positive user experience into their cybersecurity system as per their corporate values, thereby building a vibrant and more effective cybersecurity culture based on user engagement.Read case study
This helps us to remain vigilant to any cyber attack. Not only does it help in an office environment but it also educates you on the internet frauds happening around the globe and thus keeps you that much safe on cyber world.
HoxHunt is doing excellent job by giving updates on subjects how to identify and avoid security threats from hackers.
This is the best training I have in Nokia in the past 3-5 years, teaching me being suspicious, checking the details, always thinking before clicking. Examples are very-very good: tricky, unexpected, simulating the reality. The mini-training part at the end is also very good and useful: short enough, but showing the most important parts.
There is no substitute for experience and HoxHunt offers the option to practice in a safe manner.
It is really helped to differentiate the spam and scam emails. It became practice to think before opening any email attachment or link after engaging with Hoxhunt.
It’s fun when successfully catch the suspicious email! We learn while we play, we play while we learn.
Source: Hoxhunt NPS Survey