Microsoft And Terranova Security Sign Security Awareness Training Partnership

By Dan Anderson ● February 26, 2020
  • Terranova Security, a global leader in cybersecurity awareness company, announced it is partnering with Microsoft

Terranova Security, a global leader in cybersecurity awareness company, announced it is partnering with Microsoft to integrate its deep catalog of security awareness training content with Microsoft Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (Office 365 ATP). Following a thorough analysis of security awareness training companies, Terranova Security was chosen since its core focus on human-centric training that puts people front-and-center.

Terranova Security is known for bringing a science-backed human-centric approach to its cybersecurity awareness course catalog, free online resources, phishing simulations, and security awareness communication tools. And Terranova Security’s simulation programs are used by over 7 million users.

Plus Terranova Security is recognized for creating and delivering science-backed content that is purposeful, high quality, and engaging. And Terranova Security CEO, Lise Lapointe is highly regarded for her academic philosophy and approach to security awareness training.

In terms of culture fit, Terranova Security shares Microsoft’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. And Terranova Security puts people first: from an inclusive boardroom to relatable and accessible security awareness content catalog.

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“Microsoft’s technology and platform enriches us with intelligent insights to develop security awareness training on the most recent and relevant risks. This partnership empowers Terranova Security to provide human-centric security training at maximum scale and efficacy,” said Lise Lapointe, Terranova Security CEO and author of The Human Fix to the Human Risk.

“Users falling prey to phishing is one of the most common, impactful risks facing our customers today. Microsoft’s partnership with Terranova Security enables us to deliver an industry-leading solution with differentiated phishing simulation and human-centric training capabilities,” said Rob Lefferts, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft 365 Security.