Micro-learning Cyber Security Awareness Training Videos

More-engaging, less-time-consuming Cyber Security Awareness Training for busy knowledge workers.

Juice jacking micro-learning Cyber Security Awareness Training Video
Juice-jacking

Do you often use public charging kiosks to charge your mobile devices? Beware! Cybercriminals use USB charging ports available at public places to install malware, steal data or even take complete control of your device.

Wifi Security micro-learning Cyber Security Awareness Training Video
Wi-Fi security

Do you connect your devices to "Free Wi-Fi" hotspots? Free and open Wi-Fi hotspots are often targeted by cybercriminals to steal valuable information.

Mobile device and app security micro-learning Cyber Security Awareness Training Video
Mobile device security

Are fake apps taking over your smartphone?... Cybercriminals often create fake versions of popular apps and steal sensitive data from your device. Be vigilant. Be cyber safe.

Micro-learning Cyber Security Awareness Training Video Examples

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Why Micro-learning makes sense for Cyber Security Awareness Training?

Micro-learning makes sense for Cyber Security Awareness training

1. We are knowledge workers.

Our work involves learning, remembering, problem-solving and paying attention. The memory that we use for these tasks is known as cognitive memory (working memory).

Micro-learning is optimised for Knowledge Workers

2. We overload our cognitive memory

Our work taxes cognitive memory extensively. As cognitive memory load increases, our ability to pay sustained attention to a task decreases.

Traditional long duration training adds more stress on cognitive memory

3. Traditional training adds more stress

Traditional, long-duration security training overloads cognitive memory. As a result, learning retention and subsequent application are poor.

Micro-learning reduces load on cognitive memory

4. Micro-learning reduces cognitive stress

Micro-learning is short, more visual and minimal text. Therefore, the stress on cognitive memory is less. Hence retention is more and subsequent application is better.

Features

Industry-standard

SCORM, AICC and TIN-CAN compatible

Simulations

Immersive learning with Cyber Security Risk simulations

Assessments

Integrated with quizzes to assess learning

Comprehensive topics

Wide coverage with a variety of Cybersecurity topics

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