KnowBe4, the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, has entered into a strategic partnership with Twist & Shout, creators of highly informative security videos with a humorous bent, on their renown Restricted Intelligence series. The videos cover a wide range of social engineering tactics employed by cyber criminals, including six modules are now available to KnowBe4 customers as part of its diamond-level package.
“I’ve been a fan of Twist & Shout’s content for several years now,” said Perry Carpenter, chief evangelist and strategy officer. “They have a 25-year proven track record of creating high-quality videos that are funny, relevant and relatable, while containing just the right amount of information. Most importantly, their videos create fan behavior, where the end-users actually want more and look forward to each installment. Bringing in this type of content through this strategic partnership is a further demonstration of KnowBe4’s dedication to surpassing customer expectations globally.”
“As pioneers in the use of entertainment for employee awareness and behavioral change, we are thrilled to be a part of KnowBe4’s family of content providers,” said Jim Shields, creative director, Twist & Shout Communications. “Between us, there’s very little we don’t know about the power of storytelling to engage people on a global scale. Twist & Shout’s partnership with KnowBe4 will give our fun, unique content a wider audience and bring a broadcast TV experience to this incredible platform.”
Given the continued proliferation of security threats from social engineering, security awareness training is crucial as it gives organizations that needed last line of defense, the human. As the maturity of an organization’s security awareness program can vary, it’s crucial to provide a variety of training modules for maximum effectiveness. By offering KnowBe4 customers more materials, the organization is upholding its commitment to remain the leading provider of world class content with the largest library of security awareness training.