View Security Awareness through a different lens. Instead of lecturing, entertain and educate your users through storytelling. Don’t let the computer talk to your user – rather – let the story talk to them. Stories evoke emotions; Computer based lectures don’t. When emotions are present, users are ENGAGED.
Then top it off with non-fiction by having each story inspired by household named companies who have suffered significant breaches. See how NINJIO AWARE works by watching this less than 2-minute intro below.
REAL LIFE COMPANIES
Each 3-4 min animated Episode is written by a Hollywood writer featuring a real-life company who has suffered a significant breach.
New episodes are released every 30 days to keep users up-to-date on current threats. Engage users emotions in the first scene of the Episode, and keep them engaged through the end.
The quicker your user completes an Episode, the more points they earn, and the higher they land on the leaderboard. Gamification encourages engagement.
When NINJIO is deployed through our hosted platform, you get access to a dashboard that includes full reporting on who has completed their training and who has not.
Most enterprise organizations have a structured Security Awareness program in place. What if you layered in Micro-Learning engaging content, delivered through your own platform, and create the perfect overlay to augment your current program? Provide them with brief engaging episodes with frequency, keeping up with real threats. Create the behavior change that you are looking for. Visit NINIJO AWARE ENTERPRISE section to learn more.
SEASON 2 | EPISODE 11 – TRAILER
In this Episode, you learn about the many ways that hackers can gain access to your mobile devices when you think we are only getting a charge.
SEASON 2 | EPISODE 11 – TRAILER
In this Episode, we learn about the many ways that hackers can gain access to our mobile devices when we think we are only getting a charge.
The 2017 line up covers the following attacks.
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT NINJIO…
"NINJIO training and our in-house phishing exercises have made IT security awareness a regular, normal conversation. I often hear users sharing or conferring with co-workers when a suspicious email or pop-up comes through. NINJIO has really helped us transform our security awareness culture."
"Every month, when we release the new episode, “Information Security” becomes the buzz in the office. I have never seen such a thing. When did information security training become something our employees talk about? When we introduced NINJIO!"
"Keep up the good work. This is really making a difference."
"NINJIO has been a great tool for us helping to bring security awareness to our staff. Our staff is now significantly more aware of the threats out there. Our Management team has crystal clear visibility in the completion of each episode to help us to stay compliant."
"NINJIO has turned the topic of Cyber Security Awareness into something that people now chat about whilst they are getting their morning coffee. That must be a step in the right direction."
”Our employee awareness and behaviors have absolutely changed (for the better) as a result of NINJIO training.”
Change the security behavior of your end users. Do this by creating 3-4 minute animated episodes based on, or inspired by, real companies who’ve suffered significant breaches. Reinforce the message frequently.
Don’t lecture your users. Tell stories.
People like stories.
Simulated Phishing and Training must have an ethical wall erected between them and should not be done under the same roof.
NINJIO PHISH has a deep API integration into several top-tier Simulated Phishing providers that offer you the convenience of a single user database, with enterprise grade volume pricing on one bill, for an integrated solution.
A single set of stolen credentials can be all a hacker needs to begin their attack. By layering NINJIO CREDS into FORCEFIELD you’ll have access to a Compromised Credentials monitoring service powered by InfoArmor, who maintain the world’s largest compromised credential database.
Protecting your users’ credentials protects your organization.