According to leading industry and government reports, 90% of all cyber breaches occur because an employee was not educated on the basic steps of cybersecurity.

What is ThreatAdvice?

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1. Cybersecurity EDUCATION Module

ThreatAdvice’s Learning Management System coaches your employees on the skills needed to avoid cyber crime. Employee progress is monitored through a dashboard allowing management to report on overall completion and success rates. CLE and CPE credits available for some states.

2. Cybersecurity AWARENESS Module

ThreatAdvice can assist in the creation of a cyber risk profile and will assess your organization’s weaknesses using various tools including phishing simulations, network exposure scans, email exposure scans and more.


Gain valuable threat intelligence on your industry or business. Receive alerts on situations that directly threaten your organization or industry. Stay ahead of potential threats and become more proactive, more effective, and more strategic about defenses.

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