KnowBe4 Partners With DEVsource


July 8, 2015

KnowBe4 Partners With DEVsource

Murray, Ky. – DEVsource Technology Solutions has kindled a newfound partnership with KnowBe4 security training in order to ensure that workplaces are the safest they can be.

KnowBe4 is the world’s most popular integrated security awareness training and simulated phishing platform. They have the ability to train a company and its employees to ensure that all data and networks maintain safe from potential outside intruders by creating false emails to see which users on your system are most at risk, among other methods. Their programming is used with more than 1,300 organizations across all fields, such as finance, healthcare, energy, government, and insurance.

Kevin Mitnick, KnowBe4 Chief Hacking Officer, is an experienced computer network hacker. With the mind of a criminal, Mitnick is able to foresee any hole or potential threat to your system in order to provide complete and thorough security.

This type of training and protection will take all DEVsource clientele to the next level of security.

“At DEVsource we are always looking for the best solutions for our clients,” says DEVsource CEO Mike Hopkins. “Even with the best-in-class security hardware and software services one of the weakest security links can be employees who are untrained in recognizing security risks to the company. This suite of services from KnowBe4 will definitively help clients of all sizes take their security preparation to the next level.”

DEVsource is a leading business technology solutions provider serving the Western Kentucky and Western Tennessee region. The company specializes in providing comprehensive technology solutions for a wide range of small to medium and enterprise businesses.


For further information, please contact DEVsource Marketing & Public Relations Coordinator Lauren Ruser at [email protected], visit us online at, or give us a call at 270-753-8708.

Lauren Ruser
Marketing & Public Relations Coordinator
[email protected]
270-753-8708 ext. 113