Over the last five years, cybersecurity awareness training company NINJIO has built a library of engaging, micro-learning content based on “ripped from the headlines” security breaches. Every episode is written and produced by seasoned Hollywood professionals, and recently the company has added a list of celebrity voice actors to the roster including Jon Lovitz, and others.  Now it’s your chance to write for NINJIO!

During a radio recording session, we caught Jon on video recording our promo for our NINJIO Episode Contest.



To participate in NINJIO’s Security Awareness Month 2020 “Submit a Story” Contest, please submit your story idea for a chance to win.

The winner will get to see their story come to life for one of our upcoming episodes by working with CSI: NY and Hawaii Five-O scriptwriter/producer Bill Haynes.

Additionally, the winner will receive a shadow box with a signed script and episode story credit, NINJIO swag, and other surprises. Runners-up will also be announced and awarded prizes.

Here are three submission examples of what we are looking for.
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TITLE: 410 | Voicemail Fail

SECURITY TOPIC: Spearphishing

INSPIRED BY: CapitalOne breach

SYNOPSIS: A HELICOPTER sets down on the rooftop of a metropolitan skyscraper and out steps the CEO who’s quickly informed of catastrophic news: The personal data from over one hundred million of their customers was stolen. How’d the hackers do it? By using a novel technique in which malware was embedded in an emailed voicemail link. Now, with the reputation and financial future of the mega-corporation on the line, the CEO must determine how best to proceed

TITLE: 505 | Scams Gone Viral

SECURITY TOPIC: email attachment threats

INSPIRED BY: Johns Hopkins COVID19 infections map hack

SYNOPSIS: While working from home, MARK, a software representative, learns from his wife, JODI, that the family’s savings account has been completely cleaned out. With tensions running high, Mark determines that the culprit behind the attack was a keystroke logger embedded in an interactive map documenting the worldwide spread of COVID19 infections. In a race against the clock, Mark and Jodi must track down the family’s stolen funds before they’re wired to an untraceable offshore account.

TITLE: 509 | Death Smish



SYNOPSIS: After a hacktivist uses an SMS phishing attack to steal the personal information of thousands of law enforcement officers, a HANDLER must inform his UNDERCOVER AGENT that her true identity was amongst the stolen data. With the stakes as high as they get, the Agent must now decide between fulfilling her undercover assignment or going into hiding for the safety of her family.


  1. No purchase necessary to enter or win.
  2. All story ideas must be non-fiction and based on a real event.
  3. The Contest is open to any employee of any organization of any size.
  4. If the inspiration for submission is based after a breach or scam that happened to your organization, your name, and organization name will be kept confidential.
  5. The Contest Sponsor is NINJIO LLC.
  6. Participation in the Contest constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these Official Rules and decisions of the Sponsor, which are final and binding.
  7. The Contest begins Midnight, September 13, 2020, and ends on Midnight, October 12, 2020.
  8. Submitted Entries before or after the Contest Period are disqualified.
  9. Limit one (1) entry per person for the duration of the Contest.
  10. Entries received from any person over the stated limitation will be void, and with all entries becoming the property of the Sponsor.
  11. We may award multiple winners and all winners will be announced at our first-ever, virtual Aware Awards ceremony.
  12. Submissions will be accepted for the duration of the Contest by submitting the below Contest registration form.
  13. Winners’ List: The winners’ list will be posted below after winner validation has been completed.

For a full list on contest rules please visit https//ninjio.com/contestrules


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