Workforce Security Awareness
Immersive Labs' uniquely gamified approach to security awareness focuses on creating memorable experiences that help concepts stick with users.
Banishing the checkbox
Life is more than multiple choice. Our bite-sized games, quizzes and experiences are designed to bring the challenges preventing online threats to life in the most engaging and interactive way.
You can use objectives in Immersive Labs to define areas for developing awareness and assign them to entire teams or individual users. Objectives can be easily updated with new, relevant content.
This objective is designed for any user at any organization. It provides an overview of the challenges of cybersecurity, the basics of how threats work and introduces fundamental cyber terminology and technology.
More colleagues are working remotely than ever before. This objective introduces remote workers to the basics of cybersecurity. Upon completion users will have covered the essential basic knowledge in cyber security, helping them to work more securely and protect themselves and their organisation while away from the office.
Cybersecurity is everybody’s business. This objective introduces practical steps to secure users and their company. Learn how to prevent data loss, browse securely and generally stay secure while using technology.
Top on-demand labs
Our labs are bite-sized, challenge-based experiences designed to get your teams hands on with the very latest tools and techniques in seconds.
Ransomware is a hot commodity in the cybercrime world, and it's estimated that a business will fall victim to a ransomware attack every 14 seconds. In this lab you will learn what ransomware is and how to identify if you've been infected.
Mobile Security Tips
Around 4.57 billion phones in operation globally in 2018 – a figure that grows on average 6% every year. Attackers are being increasingly attracted to mobile phones. In this lab we will help you identify ways to secure your mobile phone devices and reduce the possibility of an attack.
Social engineering is when an attacker elicits information (or actions) from someone using ingrained human behaviour instead of technical means. It is often referred to as 'exploiting the bugs in human software' or 'human hacking'. In this lab, we will examine various types of social engineering.
Updates and Patches
Updates and patches are important parts of a healthy cyber security programme. They ensure software, applications and your devices are kept safe and secure. This lab will help you understand the difference between updates and patches, and demonstrate why they're important to install.
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