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What we do

Stickley on Security was founded in 2007 with a plan to provide organizations with meaningful education and awareness solutions that employees and customers would actually embrace. As our founder Jim Stickley points out, it is simple to offer a training course but far more difficult to actually educate the participants. Our goal is to ensure that your customers and employees not only learn about cybersecurity risks, but that they can apply what they learn into their everyday lives and jobs.

SoS Solutions

Explore our solutions designed to exceed your cybersecurity education & awareness requirements.

Powered Cybersecurity Training

Powered Cybersecurity Training. (PCT) is designed to help solve the challenges small and medium-sized businesses face in attempting to deploy and manage cybersecurity education and phishing simulation.

SoS Advisor

SoS Advisor was designed to address the customer security education and awareness needs of your organization. We understand that the security threats your customers face change daily. That's why SoS provides new content everyday specifically written for your customers.

Domain Assure

Spoofed domains lead to employee and customer compromise. Domain Assure Detect and Domain Assure Prevent are two solutions designed to maintain your organizations online integrity and reduce spear-phishing, typosquatting and other online attacks.


Some of the biggest cyber security breaches in US history have started with a malicious email received by an unsuspecting employee. Using his past 25 years of experience breaking into organizations, Stickley has created BadPhish, the definitive next generation phishing simulator and education solution.

Employee EDU

Potential new threats against your organization emerge daily. Employee EDU is designed to ensure your staff is prepared. Through our security education and awareness solutions your staff will not only be trained about important security topics but also be made aware and tested on the latest security threats.

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SoS WorkRemote

Stickley on Security WorkRemote combines practical education and technology to provide a next-generation remote employee cybersecurity solution. Stickley on Security WorkRemote ensures no corporate data resides at the remote location, no corporate data transported, no individual VPN required, and only encrypted pixels are transmitted.

Board Meeting Cybersecurity Updates

Jim Stickley speaks at hundreds of board meetings nationwide on cybersecurity related topics and can now speak to your board as well. When Stickley speaks to your board, his goal is to keep them aware of the many cybersecurity threats that your organization faces as well as keep them up to date on the latest cybersecurity regulations. Ultimately Stickley gives your board members the critical information they need to make cybersecurity related decisions.

Executive / Board Consulting

Business executives and their board members face a never-ending challenge of keeping up with the latest cybersecurity security threats. With all of the audits and reports, security budget requests and regulatory requirements, our cyber security experts can help you make sense of it all.


Latest Cybersecurity News

The BBB Warns of Top Scams

The Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) Institute for Marketplace Trust reports on scams. The organization even has a tracker. And it has documented the top ten going around that everyone needs to be aware of. At the top of their list are investment scams and employment scams; but they aren’t the only ones. Scammers don’t care who you are, where you live, or how old you are—they go after everyone. Read about the latest ones the BBB is warning to look out for.

Email Warnings No Longer Guarantee Messages Are From Within

You may have seen this warning, or something like it, at the end of email messages: “CAUTION: This email originated from outside of the organization.” Such an alert intends to let you know that the message you are receiving is not coming from a colleague with an email address from within your organization. It’s supposed to serve as a warning that something in the message just may be trying to phish you. Now, those rascally rabbit cybercriminals have figured out a way to get rid of it.

Russian-Backed Attackers Spear Phish U.S. Car Company

Spear phishing attacks by a notorious Russian-backed threat group were launched against a large U.S. car manufacturer, who is currently unnamed. The group known as FIN7 used the highly targeted phishing campaign to attack IT department employees and others with top levels of system access. In this latest attack, FIN7 directly targeted IT employees and those in upper levels of the company, using targeted phishing and a typosquatted website.


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