Phishing & Security Awareness Training (SAT)

Should I click on this email? It’s a question you ask yourself multiple times during the day. We help raise your Security Awareness Training (SAT) intelligence by showing you what you need to know and do to stay on top of your cyber security game!

SAT is necessary in today’s world. Do you know how to identify phishing emails? What would you do if you clicked on a phishing email and exposed your company to cyber criminals? We will help increase your knowledge and confidence when working online, and help you reduce the chance of an attack occurring in the first place using an engaging curriculum that teaches you the best practices of online safety!

We provide fun and engaging content that keeps your employees at the top of their cybersecurity game. To discuss options, contact Sovran today at (651) 686-0515 or fill out our contact form.

Why Do You Need Phishing & Security Awareness Training?

SAT Ease Of Use

Automatic Reporting

Reports go out to your key stakeholders automatically to make it easy to understand your results and “Users to Watch.”

Quick Training Content

Training is delivered in various forms, which keeps your employees engaged. They’re done in 5 minutes or less!

No Account Needed

No need to remember another password, training is delivered directly to your inbox!

Key Features of SAT

User Experience

We make sure the user experience keeps users engaged. Our training content is quick, effective, and fresh! We train on various topics and always with new content. For Phishing, we’ve designed a system called “Learning Moments” that makes learning easy and personalized for the employee. With our platform, your team will feel confident online.

Continuous Phishing & Training

We create a continuous training model based on your requested frequency. Employees will receive training & simulated phishing on an ongoing basis to keep their cyber threat skills up to par, be aware of new threats, and be vigilant on what to look out for throughout the year.

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Our training is delivered consistently in order to increase understanding of what to look out for. Phishing is delivered randomly over a 72-hour period. No employee receives the same phish at the same time. After getting phished, we provide “Learning Moments” that train the employee to avoid these mistakes in the future. We focus on encouraging learning and growth in recognizing phishing attacks and building their cyber security confidence.


Reporting allows you to receive a detailed summary of all phishing and training on a monthly or weekly basis. Reporting can include a table of “Users to Watch.” This is a succinct list of users that are not performing well with their training or phishing. Allowing you to provide more assistance to at-risk users.


Training on different subjects is important to develop an understanding of cybersecurity threats. Topics such as password management, device security, and working remotely are all important to consider. We deliver our training in a precise and fun method with quick 5-minute videos and a few quiz questions afterward. With more than 200+ videos available, employees will receive training on various topics but never receive the same training twice!


Businesses need to be aware of many requirements for cybersecurity insurance. You need consistent phishing, security training, and named topics in order to qualify for cyber insurance, all of which we satisfy. Our continuous training also satisfies the requirements for HIPAA, PCI, GDPR, CIS Control 14, NIST 800-171, and many more!

Phishing FAQ

Q: What is phishing?

A: Phishing is a type of cyberattack where attackers attempt to trick individuals into giving away sensitive information, such as passwords or credit card numbers, by posing as a trustworthy source through emails, phone calls, or text messages.

Q: How can I protect my organization from phishing attacks?

A: There are several ways to protect your organization from phishing attacks, including:

  • Educate your employees about phishing and how to identify phishing emails
  • Use anti-phishing software and tools to block malicious emails
  • Implement strong password policies and two-factor authentication
  • Regularly update your software and systems to ensure they are secure
  • Use secure communication channels, such as encrypted email or messaging apps, to share sensitive information

Q: What are some common signs of a phishing email?

A: Some common signs of a phishing email include:

  • Urgent or threatening language
  • Requests for personal information, such as passwords or credit card numbers
  • Suspicious attachments or links
  • Spelling or grammatical errors
  • Emails from unknown or suspicious sources

Q: What should I do if I receive a suspicious email?

A: If you receive a suspicious email, do not click on any links or download any attachments. Instead, report the email to your IT department or delete it immediately.

Q: What are some best practices for cybersecurity?

A: Some best practices for cybersecurity include:

  • Regularly updating software and systems
  • Using strong and unique passwords
  • Enabling two-factor authentication
  • Avoiding suspicious emails or attachments
  • Using secure communication channels, such as encrypted email or messaging apps

Phishing & Security Awareness Training (SAT)

We hope you have a better understanding of the benefits of using phishing and security awareness training (SAT). We look forward to providing fun and engaging content to keep your employees and organization safe online!

If you’re interested in learning more about how Sovran can help with SAT, contact us today at (651) 686-0515 or fill out our contact form.

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