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Software, tools & support you need for cyber security education.

Our security awareness solutions are designed to educate users on the security policy of an organization, help to foster an understanding of how the policy protects the business, the employee, and customers.

The security awareness focus for users include - educating users on the creation of good passwords, do’s and don’ts for maintaining workstations, informing users of email and Internet access policies, employee responsibility for computer security, reporting procedures and emergency procedures, how to identify social engineering tactics, how establishing and enforcing security policies can impact the “bottom line” (limiting system downtime, protecting business critical information, etc.), public relations impact of DoS attacks, viruses, etc., and how security standards can help limit this risk, increase in productivity generated by using standard, locked down systems to minimize user downtime

Awareness Courses

Aziksa Security Awareness Training specializes in helping employees understand the mechanisms of spam, phishing, spear-phishing, malware and social engineering and are able to apply this knowledge in their day-to-day job.

Data Protection

Insider Threats

Malicious Links


Mobile Devices


Physical Security

Security outside the Office

Social Networking

Social Engineering

Spear Phishing

Surfing the Web


Hundreds of cyber security awareness quiz questions available with our courses. You can use multiple choice tests, essay questions and explanatory responses.

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Question banks with the quiz and essay

Assessment with questions pool and timer

Audio/Video/Document upload for essay questions


Aziksa uses the latest technology to ensure a responsive design on mobile platforms including most tablets and smartphones. We recently added mobile web-conferencing and video-sharing options for iPhone and Android apps.

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A phishing simulation program (also commonly referred to as “self-phishing” or phishing assessment program) is a customizable awareness program used by information security professionals in education and private industry. This highly effective training program allows organizations to simulate phishing e-mails, help identify which end users are more susceptible to such targeted e-mail attacks, and engage in more focused training opportunities to help users recognize phishing attempts.

Over the last few years, thousands of organizations in the U.S have started to phish their own users. IT departments have realized that doing this is urgently needed as an additional security layer. Today, phishing your own users are just as important as having antivirus and a firewall.

Find out what percentage of your employees are vulnerable with our free phishing security test.

Program Benefits

Providing an established training process that can be implemented monthly, quarterly, or annually as part of a more mature information security awareness program.
Allowing for targeted education campaigns using unique scenarios or variables (e.g., attachments, embedded links, or requests for personal information) for high-risk end user groups (e.g., new employees; staff dealing with financial transactions or employee records; stewards handling highly sensitive data; IT staff with admin privileges).
Establishing a baseline for all end users and developing metrics that best suit the organization culture (e.g., click rates—how many clicks on the message and fall for the scam or report rates, how many report the potential phishing message).
Reducing the number of end users that fall for phishing messages.
Minimizing risk by training a broader population to be more aware of current phishing scams or threats and proactively report suspected phishing messages.
Identifying end users frequently taking “undesired actions” by falling for phishing e-mails and using that information to deliver targeted training where it is most needed, when it is needed.
Leveraging end-user responses and metrics to identify gaps in existing security awareness materials and tailor materials to fit the training needs of the institution.
Providing end users with real-time, tangible feedback.
Offering end users, a sense of accountability (i.e., cyber security is everyone’s responsibility) and helping everyone be prepared for potential cyber-attacks.

Program Features

Training Campaigns

When it comes to rolling out training for your users, the Aziksa Learning platform does the heavy lifting for you, saving you the hassle associated with setup and chasing down users to complete their training.

Custom Phishing Templates

A “Template” is the content of the emails that are sent to targets. They can be imported from an existing email, or created from scratch. Additionally, templates can contain tracking images so that you know when the user opens the email.

You can customize scenarios based on personal information, creating targeted spear-phishing campaigns, which replace fields with personalized data.


Custom Landing Pages

Each Phishing Email Template can also have its own Custom Landing Page, which allows for point-of-failure education and landing pages that specifically phish for sensitive information.


Simulated Attachments

Your customized Phishing Templates can also include simulated attachments. This is helpful if you want to create an attachment that simulates a malware infection. In fact, it should be possible to create attachments that will update the campaign if the attachment is open, giving insight into which users are susceptible to opening malicious files.

Detailed Reporting

You'll see reporting for phishing campaigns as well as a general overview of your last 5 campaigns, and you can drill-down into one-time and recurring campaigns for more detail.


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