Empowered users are your greatest defence against cyber risk

ORION Cybersecurity Awareness Training empowers users to be an essential part of your defence against social engineering, instead of a risk to be managed.

  • 600% increase in phishing attacks since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic (Barracuda, 2020)
  • 90% of malicious breaches come through phishing or social engineering (Verizon, 2020)
  • $5 million: Average cost of a single malicious breach for the education, healthcare, and public sector (IBM, 2020)

What is ORION Cybersecurity Awareness Training?

ORION Cybersecurity Awareness Training provides training and phishing simulations with measurable results, using ORION’s community-focused cybersecurity approach on CIRA’s software-as-a-service platform.

It supports non-technical users to track their activities, risk score and highlights their role as a critical layer of protection against cyber threats.

Features and benefits of ORION’s Cybersecurity Awareness Training

Engaged users are proven to reduce cybersecurity risk People play a pivotal role in reducing organizational risks associated with cyberattacks.

Providing a supportive and transparent experience for end-users, we help them understand the important role they play as critical agents in the line of defence against cyber threats. 

Cybersecurity awareness programs using the same platform see an average 300% reduction in users clicking on phishing emails. 
Cost-effective cyber awareness  ORION Cybersecurity Awareness Training is a sound investment in protecting your whole organization. 

Engaged users are key to protecting your resources, reputation, and bottom line. 

Your IT team can identify and support specific users, teams, and departments to reduce their risk scores and ultimately your organizational risk. 

Reports, insights, and data inform decision making for cybersecurity strategy and business planning. 
Time-saving automation for IT and administration Assign training and phishing simulations automatically based on user needs and behaviour.

Dynamically execute phishing tests with content based on previous results.

Avoid the ‘gopher effect’ in which employees warn each other of phishing tests by automatically sending simulations on a variable schedule.

Empower employees to report phishing by email or the integrated menu button. 
Engage and educate users Select from a library of courseware and phishing assets, based on real-life situations, or customize for your organizational profile.

Create and customize content with an easy-to-use editor or use third-party tools to author Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 1.2 compliant content. 

Gamification and personal dashboards provide user and departmental risk scores and improve employee involvement. 

Reward user scores based on training and successful reporting of real and simulated phishing tests. 
Simple for IT and business unit administration  Truly unified training, simulations and results tracking make administration and reporting simple. 

Fully integrated with Office 365, ADFS and SAML-based identity providers for group and user management. 

Role-based administration allows departmental level administrators to access key functions. 

Interactive tool highlights top risk factors by category to help you prioritize IT investment. 
Valuable analytics Individual risk scores are assigned based on training and simulation results and accessed via a personal dashboard. 

Customize department scoring to include exposure to cyberattacks that are based on the type of work performed. 

Measure user, department and organizational risk against a leading security standard framework and other organizations. 

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