Involta Partners with HacWare to Expand Cybersecurity Awareness Services

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Involta announced its partnership with HacWare to expand its Cybersecurity Awareness Services offering. The offering aims to help the IT teams combat modern-day most advanced phising attacks.

HacWare’s AI-driven cybersecurity software offers real-time threat intelligence to display internal vulnerabilities. HacWare offers customized phishing simulations and training after it learns from the intelligence. Cybersecurity awareness training help businesses in saving labor costs by up to 40%.

Founder and CEO of HacWare, Inc. Tiffany Ricks says that email phishing attacks are one of the most widely utilized cyberattacks more than 90% of data exploits using this method.

Tiffany further said that an average employee spends 1500 hours a year using mail and most of them aren’t familiar with email security best practices. So, the employees are vulnerable to email phishing attacks.

Tiffany is excited about HacWare and Involta’s partnership as it will allow helping businesses in enhancing email security awareness.

Meanwhile, Involta’s Vice President of Security and Compliance, Mark Cooley said their clients can educate themselves about cybersecurity awareness to safeguard against email phishing attacks. It is of utmost importance that clients understand the sophistication of these types of attacks.

Mark further said that the partnership will allow Involta to leverage HacWare’s security awareness technology (that uses a combination of open-source data and data science) in educating its employees on how to avoid scams while remarkably saving the security training and awareness labor costs.

He concludes his statement by saying, the automated, easy-to-use platform is an excellent addition to their robust security solution suite.

Involta’s President and CEO, Jim Buie while praising said that she(Tiffany) is truly a role model for the industry’s next generation of female leaders. While more and more women are entering the security and digital infrastructure space, it’s important to align with them and help strengthen their positions while alongside to bridge the gender gap.

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