Drip7 is the New Way to Train
By Heather Stratford | Founder and CEO of Drip7 Inc.
The news is full of cybersecurity incidents that emphasize how prevalent attacks on businesses have become. According to Check Point Research, corporate networks had a 50 percent increase in cyber-attacks from 2020 to 2021 globally. The Log4J vulnerability was a large part of this increase, but looking at historical data, we know that every few months a major attack and vulnerability ripples through networks and companies. The question is: are you training your employees regularly so they know what to detect and what to do when attacked?
As a cybersecurity founder and educator, I have a passion for empowering people with knowledge. Twenty years ago, companies were still shuffling papers. Today, we are not only cloud-based but working with remote teams. How we work and where we work has evolved. To keep pace with these changes, we need adaptive learning and a way to train, secure, and engage employees.
Drip7 is designed for all businesses — both large and small. Small businesses are seeing a huge increase in ransomware attacks. According to the 2021 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report, 1 in 5 breach victims last year were a SMB — and the average cost of loss in those attacks totaled $21,659 per attack. Ransomware attacks can put a small business in such a tailspin with lost data and fines that within 6 months of a cyber-attack 60 percent of small businesses have gone under. So, what will help small businesses? Education and training their employees to be the first line of defense.
Drip7 was created to be the new solution for our changing work environment. It leverages microlearning to give employees small amounts of learning that can be built upon. The name Drip7 encapsulates this idea: Drip meaning small and 7 is the number of times someone needs to hear something to remember and change their behavior.
Key features of Drip7 include:
1. Ability to use microlearning in your company
2. Easy to assign trainings and learning tracks
3. Ability to include company specific training and information – customizable
4. Team Based learning with leaderboards
5. Rewards focused with earning points and badges
6. Content rich – with security, compliance, and HR areas
7. Interactive and engaging
Take a moment to think about how you are training your employees on cybersecurity and physical security. If learning about new ways to train employees is of interest, we would be happy to arrange a demonstration of the platform.
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