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Security Startup KnowBe4 Brings In $30 Million

KnowBe4 announced the completion of $30 million in financing led by Goldman Sachs. Elephant Partners also participated in the round. 

KnowBe4 is an integrated platform for security awareness training and simulated phishing attacks. The company hosts a large library of training content, and users can configure automated training campaigns with scheduled reminder emails. Business owners can also carry out fully automated simulated phishing attacks by tapping into hundreds of its templates and community phishing templates. Finally, its enterprise-strength reporting shows stats and graphs for both training and phishing to demonstrate ROI.

The new funds will primarily be invested in international growth and product development.

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Topics: security startup, Elephant Partners, international growth, keynote speaker, product development, ROI demonstration, security awareness training, KnowBe4, simulated phishing, Training stats, 30 million financing, Goldman Sachs, Kevin Mitnick

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