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Jon Lovitz to be a regularly occurring
character in NINJIO, starting April 2020.
1 in 600 fell for a DHS crafted simulated
phishing attack on a NINJIO client.
Registered learners can add up to 7
family members at no additional cost.
Reviews directly from our clients have given
us a "99% willingness to recommend."
NINJIO offers a cybersecurity awareness training solution that uses engaging, 3 to 4-minute Hollywood-style micro-learning videos to empower individuals and organizations to become defenders against cyberthreats. We teach organizations, employees, and families how not to get hacked, which makes them the first line of defense against today’s increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals.
We serve some of the largest companies in the world and have changed the behavior of hundreds of thousands of people through engaging, emotionally-driven storytelling.
Our philosophy? No more boring, check-the-box security awareness lectures. Check out more about our core product NINJIO AWARE below.
We produce 3 to 4-minute micro-learning episodes that educate your users on the latest threats and breaches. NINJIO releases a new episode every month, which keeps your team up to date.
EMOTIONALLY ENGAGE VIEWERS
We connect with your users on an emotional level in the first scene of every episode. This keeps them engaged until the very end, increasing retention and ultimately leading to fewer breaches.
Every episode is based on a real company that has suffered a significant breach. We focus on a single attack vector so we don’t overwhelm your employees with technical terms.
Each episode is written by a member of the Writers Guild of America who has written and produced a combined total of 72 episodes for CSI: NY and Hawaii Five-0.
ALL IN THE FAMILY
Each subscription* comes with Friends and Family Use Rights, which allow employees to add seven friends and family members who will receive our episodes at no additional cost.
NINJIO’s core philosophy is “no more boring lectures.” Unlike most security awareness training, which is simply a “check-the-box” exercise, we want users to be engaged and have fun while they’re learning about today’s biggest cybersecurity threats.
NINJIO AWARE Anime uses “American Anime” cartoon characters to educate users about cybersecurity awareness.
Most security awareness training is like watching paint dry and doesn’t engage people through creative storytelling. Thus, human error—which accounts for almost all cybersecurity breaches—doesn’t get addressed because very few are paying attention.
NINJIO AWARE Corporate uses traditional animation and characters in typical business settings to educate users about the multitude of cybersecurity breaches that have occurred and the threats that exist today.
PERFECT FOR BUSY
NINJIO NANO provides condensed, one-and-a-half minute versions of NINJIO AWARE episodes. This is the perfect length to reinforce what employees learn in phishing simulations, and it’s a great option for busy executives on the go. You don’t want your employees to be bait takers, and the teachable moments provided by NINJIO NANO will ensure that they don’t make the same mistake twice.
Security Awareness Computer-Based Training Market
According to Gartner Peer Insights, as of May 14, 2019, NINJIO has an overall rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars in the Security Awareness Computer-Based Training Market based on 76 reviews.
Gartner Peer Insights reviews constitute the subjective opinions of individual end-users based on their own experiences and do not represent the views of Gartner or its affiliates.