Get Your Organization Truly Engaged in Cybersecurity Training
Host Karl interviewed Manoj Srivastava, General Manager of ID Agent and Graphus.
Today’s employees have a better understanding of cybersecurity risks than in years past, but it can still feel like a massive undertaking to get everyone to complete even the most basic of training. While hacking into a system is difficult, sophisticated social engineering attacks tricking users to give away their credentials is far more common, meaning anyone can fall victim to these scams.
Manoj explains why training is not enough. He believe cybersecurity awareness should be embedded into the culture of an organization, with employees understanding how their daily behaviors contribute to the cyber environment.
About Manoj Srivastava
Manoj Srivastava is General Manager, ID Agent and Graphus, where he focuses on products that help managed service providers (MSPs) and IT professionals protect their customers – small and mid-sized companies – against cybercrime. He oversees a suite of solutions that includes monitoring for compromised credentials, employee security awareness training, attack simulations, email security, and identity access management.
Graphus, a Kaseya company, is an industry-leading, cloud email security solution. As the world’s first automated phishing defense platform, Graphus protects email users from cybercriminals posing as trusted contacts by automatically eliminating social engineering threats such as spear phishing, phishing, and business email scams. Its patented technology employs artificial intelligence to establish a TrustGraph® between people, devices, and networks to detect threats. For more information, visit
About ID Agent
ID Agent, a Kaseya company, provides the leading Dark Web monitoring, security awareness training and identity & access management solutions to organizations of all sizes worldwide. Its flagship product, Dark Web ID™, delivers validated intelligence to identify, analyze and monitor for compromised or stolen employee and customer data. The company’s BullPhish ID™ product provides cybersecurity awareness training and phishing simulation geared to the non-technical end user, to enhance a
company’s overall cybersecurity and further safeguard corporate systems. Passly™ delivers comprehensive identity & access management to secure remote workforces and protect organizations from risk of exposure. To learn more, visit www.idagent.com.
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