Untrained Employees Can Introduce Serious Risk

You need more than security services to secure your organization. Your employees make critical security decisions daily, and you must ensure they are making the right ones. With the proper tools and cybersecurity training, you can arm your employees with the knowledge they need to identify malicious emails, follow cybersecurity best practices and protect company data.

Help your employees make smarter security decisions with:

  • Security awareness training
  • Cybersecurity consulting

Secur-Serv delivers timely and current awareness training to day’s cybersecurity threats to help you build a cyber-aware culture.


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85% of breaches involved a human element, like phishing or social engineering

Employee security training programs are critical in today’s digital world.

Secur-Serv's Security Awareness Training

Phishing Simulations

Phishing simulation tool and portal with access to thousands of templates.

Reporting and Analytics

Detailed reports on phishing emails – understand and measure factors that drive behavior.

Online Security Education and Learning Management System

Track the progress of your entire company from a single platform that is easy to manage.

Quantify Human Cyber Risk

See how the human layer security impacts your entire security structure.

Why Modern Businesses Need Security Awareness Training


From data privacy to internet security, password protection and the latest methods bad actors are using to steal company data, Secur-Serv’s covers it all through security awareness training.

Always New, Never Repeated Content

As cyber threats evolve and change, so does the content. Fresh and new content is continually created so you can be confident your employees will be updated on the latest threat topics. You never need to schedule or curate lessons because that is done for you as part of a fully managed security awareness solution. Previous lessons are also available to send to new employees, and topics are frequently reinforced across your organization with fresh lessons to ensure engagement.

Threat Topics Include:

Recognizing and Defending Against Attacks

  • Spear Phishing
  • Vishing Calls
  • Phishing Emails
  • Smishing
  • Social Engineering

Security Best Practices

  • Remote Work Best Practices
  • Cyber Hygiene Best Practices
  • Preventing Account Takeover
  • Identifying Spoofed Websites
  • Defending Against Credential Theft and Brute Force Attacks
  • Recognizing Insider Threats

Physical Security

  • Dangers of Device Sharing
  • Dangers of Public Wi-Fi
  • Dangers of Lost or Stolen Devices
  • Threat of Shoulder Surfing
  • Threat of Tailgating
  • Threat of Dumpster Diving

Managed Security Awareness Session Samples

A team of security, education, and video production experts develops and produces the Managed Security Awareness microlearning content in-house. The examples published below are past sessions and represent some of the styles and topics of our ongoing microlearning content.

First Session

Each employee receives a QuickStart Session when they are added to the program (via automatic sync from Active Directory (AD).

QuickStart Session

After the QuickStart session is sent, employees will begin to receive the newest ongoing microlearning sessions at the same time as all other employees.

Ongoing Security Awareness Lessons

The microlearning sessions are delivered to employees’ inboxes every other week, keeping training updated with relevant topics. Each session is always new, 3 minutes or less long, and provides clear critical takeaways for the viewer.

The content is produced in various creative styles and topics, bolstering audience engagement.

News Expose Style

Newsbreak: An example of the Newsbreak would discuss a current event like the dangers of social engineering attacks in the wake of the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapse.

Beyond the Breach: Uber Hack: Beware of MFA Fatigue and “Prompt-bombing”.


Cyber Linguistics: Data Life Cycle: Protect your data throughout its entire life cycle.


Acceptable Use: Poor security habits make it easier for social engineers to get their hands on sensitive Data.

Physical Security: Social engineers attempt to gain access to an organization’s physical location in order to steal sensitive data.

Malicious Attachments: Welcome to the Three Minute Threat! It’s the game show where our contestants’ knowledge about security awareness is put to the test.


Quizzes are part of the ongoing microlearning program and are used to reinforce important concepts.

Spotting Red Flags              Terminology
Remote Work                        Cyber Hygiene

Compliance Training Courses

The Compliance Content Pack is an add-on to Managed Security Awareness (MA) or Managed Security Awareness Plus (MA+) and contains many valuable compliance courses. These longer-form training courses focus on topics that must be covered to meet regulatory requirements.

Compliance Course Samples

Security Essentials          PCI

HIPAA                                HR – Sexual Harassment Prevention