make training great again.
Bring security training to life with our interactive cyber escape rooms designed to engage and excite your employees.
How many times have you opened up an online training course, whether that's for cyber security or something else, hit play on the video, and then walked off to make a brew? It's more than once, isn't it?
We're giving people the exact same training every few months, showing them the exact same videos, asking them the exact same questions, and then somehow expecting to get different results.
It's the definition of madness.
And the worst thing about this? We're relying on this exact kind of training to keep our users safe. Those very same users we consistently see described as 'the weakest link' in our security posture.
Yeah, no sh*t. When your training is about as engaging as Andy Murray reading the shipping forecast, what did you think would happen?
If you truly want to improve the security of your organisation, invest in a cyber training solution that is going to interest and intrigue your people. Hell, they might even find it fun.
Work IS allowed to be fun now, you know.
Interactive learning supports better knowledge retention, meaning your people will remember what they've learnt for longer.
Escape room activities are fun, which means people proactively want to get involved. No more 'forced' training exercises.
Our escape room scenarios come in a box which is easy to set up in the (relative) comfort of your own office.
Containing a mix of activities, cyber escape rooms are inclusive for your whole team so no one feels left out.
Take a look through our game scenarios. Each one is designed to last up to one hour, and can be played by up to 5 players at a time. Fancy a bit of healthy competition? We recommend getting a few boxes together and challenging teams to compete against one another.
We have more epic games in development, but we also love hearing new ideas. So if there's something you're looking for that's not listed here, get in touch and we might just make it happen!
We’re in a bit of a pickle.
The CEO of Foogle (definitely not Google) has been hit with a ransomware attack. Uh-oh!
The CEO has done some investigation already but seems to have given up and gone into hiding, so you've been left in charge of sorting this thing out. The only things left behind were a locked briefcase, phone, wallet and a notebook.
You have one hour before the attacker releases our sensitive information to Rupert Murdoch and his cronies, damaging our reputation with clients beyond repair. Good luck!
Password security, phishing awareness.
You're a part of the infamous PAC Society cybercrime group and you happen to have found a handbag belonging to CFO, Cindy Lane, on your travels around London.
The security team are on their lunch break so you've got one hour to get into her company bank account and transfer yourself £10 million.
Are you up to the challenge?
Phishing awareness, password security, device security.