Pittsburgh, PA – September 11th, 2012 –Wombat Security Technologies (Wombat), a leading provider of cyber security awareness training solutions, today announced the latest version of its award-winning Security Training Platform to arm Information Security Officers with the powerful tools they need to train employees how to recognize and avoid today’s complex cyber-attacks. Wombat’s Security Training Platform, which has recently received high industry accolades including a new “emerging group” product review from SC Magazine - is the only cyber security learning system on the market today that leverages progressive training techniques to effectively improve human response against cyber-attacks. It provides an integrated approach, combining employee assessments and in-depth training to strengthen a company’s security posture. This combination allows security officers to proactively identify weaknesses and address them through a program of continuous improvement and ongoing employee training and assessments.
Recently named as a finalist of the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Tech 50 Award as well as a finalist for the Golden Bridge Business Award as a security awareness and training innovator, Wombat is launching the most powerful version of its Security Training Platform. The updated product suite addresses the market need for new methods of cyber security training that employ interactive software modules and games to engage users, coupled with employee assessments and simulated attacks to measure success – and ultimately deliver quantifiable results.
“Staying current is a big benefit of the program,” said Peter Stephenson of SC Magazine. “I tend to avoid security awareness sessions because keeping the class relevant and keeping the class awake is a huge challenge. The Wombat program solves both of those issues and adds the benefit of providing ways to validate outcomes and show progress. I never have seen a more creative and effective approach to information security training.”
Wombat’s Security Training Platform, enables businesses to easily manage their security awareness training and employee assessment program from one cloud-based, Enterprise-grade solution. Wombat’s Security Training Platform enables security officers to:
“We are very pleased with the customer adoption of Wombat’s Security Training Platform since launching last September. We have won companies with household names in numerous vertical markets, including some of the largest companies in the world,” said Joe Ferrara, President and CEO of Wombat Security Technologies.
Ferrara continued, “In the past, the goal of security training has been to ‘check the box’ whether for an audit, compliance reasons, or to show company executives that the security team was doing its job. Today, successful training needs to be measured and provide actionable data about the strengths and weaknesses in any organization. With our latest version of the Security Training Platform, Wombat continues to deliver the cutting-edge security training advances needed to help today’s businesses defend against increasing cyber security threats.”
The latest version of Wombat’s Security Training Platform is available today. For pricing and/or more information about this award-winning product, please visit www.wombatsecurity.com.
About Wombat Security Technologies
Wombat is an innovator in helping organizations combat cyber security attacks with uniquely effective software-based security awareness training solutions and a first of its kind anti-phishing filter. Wombat’s training methodology is based upon learning science principles and includes employee mock attacks with brief embedded training, as well as a full complement of 10-minute software training modules which significantly reduce an organization’s susceptibility to cyber-attack. Wombat is helping Fortune 500 customers, large government agencies and small to medium businesses in segments such as financebanking, higher education, retail, technology, energy, insurance, and consumer packaged goods strengthen their cyber security defenses. For more information visit www.wombatsecurity.com or contact Lorraine Kauffman-Hall at 704-882-0443 or firstname.lastname@example.org.