New KnowBe4 SecurityCoach Integrates With Cloudflare’s Cloud
Cloudflare collaborates with KnowBe4 to help reduce risky behavior with integration to support real-time security coaching
KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, today announced that its new SecurityCoach product integrates with Cloudflare’s cloud email security. The two security organizations have collaborated together to help reduce risky behavior with product integration to support real-time security coaching.
SecurityCoach helps IT/security professionals to develop a strong security culture by enabling real-time security coaching of their users in response to risky security behavior.
SecurityCoach helps IT/security professionals to develop a strong security culture by enabling real-time security coaching of their users in response to risky security behavior. Leveraging an organization’s existing security stack, IT/security professionals can configure their real-time coaching campaigns to immediately deliver a SecurityTip to their users related to a detected event.
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“Cloudflare joins our ecosystem of technology partners, which is growing rapidly, to enrich the support we provide to our customers and to fortify their organization’s human firewall,” said Stu Sjouwerman, CEO, KnowBe4. “KnowBe4 is proud to work with Cloudflare to provide a seamless integration with our new SecurityCoach product, which aims to deliver real-time security coaching and advice to help end users enhance their cybersecurity knowledge and strengthen their role in contributing to a strong security culture. KnowBe4 is actively working with Cloudflare to provide an API-based integration to connect our platform with systems that IT/security professionals already utilize, making rolling out new products to their teams an easy and unified process.”
“When we’re talking to CISOs—whether at Fortune 500s, startups, or non-profits—email security emerges as the biggest threat vector that they face,” said Alex Dyner, Senior Vice President, Special Projects at Cloudflare. “We are excited to integrate with KnowBe4 to allow our mutual customers to offer real-time coaching to their employees when a phishing campaign is detected by Cloudflare’s cloud email security. This will help in reducing the human errors that lead to phishing attacks.”
KnowBe4 will provide step-by-step instructions and recommendations to help IT/security professionals achieve quick and pain-free integration and data syncing during the implementation process.
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