Lucy Security relies on mobile applications

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The focus of the new version of the Lucy Cybersecurity Awareness Platform 4.7.8 is on mobility: Users can use the phishing button on their smartphone and react more quickly to possible phishing emails.

The Swiss company Lucy Security, one of the largest providers of IT security awareness training with over 11.000 installations worldwide and over 22 million trained users, presents its current version of the Lucy cybersecurity awareness platform. In the new version, the phishing alert button in particular has been further developed: the button for Office 365 can now also be used on smartphones for Android and iOS. The Lucy Security Platform 4.7.8 is now available for download.

The new features at a glance

For the first time, the new version of the LUCY platform allows users to use the phishing alert button in the Office 365 version for smartphones on both the Android and iOS platforms. Reinstallation of the plug-in is required. You can find all further information about the plug-in here.

Version 4.7.8 also offers a new SMTP OAuth2 authentication: the OAuth2 protocol for SMTP servers makes Office 365 even more secure. Support for Gmail will come in the next few months. It is now also possible to configure single sign-on for Lucy users who work with Azure AD OAuth2 authorization.

The Lucy Security Platform

With Lucy Security, companies get a standard software platform to train employees using attack simulations. They can also use malware simulations to check the company-wide infrastructure and use the learning platform to train employees on special cybersecurity topics. The results of the various tests can be continuously checked with the software platform and finally enhanced with reporting functions. In this way, employees are motivated to develop a comprehensive understanding of security and implement it confidently, now also on their smartphones. You can find the complete overview of functions here.

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About Lucy Security

Lucy was founded in 2015 and has transformed the experience of its founders in the field of ethical hacking into comprehensive training software that enables a 360 ° view of the IT security weaknesses of an organization. To date, more than 11 million users have been trained in 10.000 installations worldwide. Lucy continues to receive numerous industry awards, including the 2020 ISPG Award for Best Cybersecurity Education and Training and the 2020 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards for Best Anti-Phishing and Security Education Platform. The company is headquartered in Zug, Switzerland with a US office in Austin, TX. More information is available at


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