K2Share's Security Awareness Training course uses multiple risk-based cybersecurity scenarios to allow students to activate each scenario as standalone vignettes, participate in the scenario to determine what issue/challenge exists within the scenario with respect to cybersecurity, and interact with each best practice to gain an understanding of the correct way to handle the situation. The course curriculum provides information that assists users in avoiding behaviors that would compromise cybersecurity, and actively recognize, prevent, and report incidents. Additionally, it addresses emerging threats (e.g., malware/ransomware, mobile devices, social engineering attacks, etc.). Upon receipt of a passing exam score, personnel receive a certificate of completion.
The K2Share Security Awareness Training course is delivered to your users through our proprietary learning management system (LMS), Preceptor. Through our always available web site, your users are able to simply and securely complete the web-based training (WBT) from wherever they get online. Want to manage your employees training? Our course can be deployed for your organization as a packaged solution, whereas we provide your administrators access to manage training and track completions.
K2Share's training is designed so that the learner is engaged, focused, and managing their accomplishment of the course objectives. The level of interactivity in the course includes, but is not limited to, professional narration, animated effects, dynamic graphics, menus, rollovers, and interactive exercises (e.g., multiple choice, matching questions, etc.). The WBT engages the learner with active training content and reinforces comprehension of the information presented in each lesson, creating the best training environment for knowledge retention. The standard K2Share Security Awareness Training course averages seat time of around 30 minutes to complete; our experience has demonstrated that longer seat-time leads to student fatigue.
K2Share has vast experience working within the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Section 508 requirements and our WBT satisfies Section 508 requirements for use of assistive technologies, as well as complies with Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 1.2 standards. Recognizing that many users now prefer training on tablets and other mobile devices, the course utilizes HTLM5, the most current markup language used for structuring and presenting content on the World Wide Web; this format enables support for most mobile devices.