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Sign-ups closing soon for funded education to help PTEs fight scams

Sign-ups closing soon for funded education to help PTEs fight scams

Last updated 11 March 2024
Last updated 11 March 2024

There are only a few days left for New Zealand private training establishments (PTEs) to sign up to Phriendly Phishing, a fully digital, automated training and phishing simulation platform that will help PTEs and their staff fight scams. 

The opportunity is fully funded for two years by the Cyber Security for the Tertiary Sector initiative, run by the Tertiary Education Commission with support from the New Zealand Qualifications Authority and Ministry of Education. 

Phriendly Phishing

Improving cyber security in the tertiary sector

What you get when you register 

People are an organisation’s greatest defence against scams, so a licence is available to all PTE employees to help organisations build strength from within. 

Using Phriendly Phishing, PTEs will be able to:     

  • train their team using simulated phishing emails
  • detect and learn the signs of scams
  • schedule relevant bite-sized training courses
  • protect their people, data and processes
  • track progress, including employee improvement and risk mitigation
  • take the learning, apply it in their personal lives, and share with family and  

Customised, hands-on support from cyber security experts is available along the way. 

How to register 

We encourage PTEs to sign up as soon as possible. Registrations close 5pm 15 March 2024. 

It takes less than five minutes to register: Phriendly Phishing registration form 

Find out more at Phriendly Phishing.