Start your journey to human cyber readiness.
If the lockdown has taught us anything, it’s that classroom courses for cyber skills are long past their best. Don’t wait for the lockdown to lift or for your course to be muddled into an online equivalent. It’s time to get a powerful new cyber skills strategy that’ll see you through lockdown and beyond. Leave your old strategy in the past – download the Ultimate Cyber Skills Strategy Cheat Sheet now.
Don’t wait for the lockdown to lift to boost your organization’s human cyber readiness.
Human cyber readiness isn’t built in a classroom or in front of a PowerPoint deck – and that was never truer than now. While you wait for in-person courses to start again – and who knows when that’ll be? – your team’s skills are eroding. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for threat actors, who are busier than ever making the most of the current crisis.
But we have the solution.
Immersive Labs is the world’s first fully interactive, gamified and on-demand cyber readiness platform. Continuously hone vital cyber talent, assess your security capabilities, and reveal relevant risk, without the need for breaking quarantine. Learn about the future of human cyber readiness – and why the classroom must be left in the past – by downloading the Ultimate Cyber Skills Cheat Sheet today.
Continuous cyber skills development
Immerse your people in challenges covering everything from cyber basics to threat hunting and reverse engineering malware. At the heart of our platform are labs: story-driven exercises that you can spin up in your browser in seconds. We have hundreds of practical, gamified labs dedicated to a huge range of cyber skills and mapped against industry frameworks including MITRE ATT&CK and NIST NICE.
Use this opportunity to harness the power of remote learning.
Your team are working from home. They’ve reclaimed their commute. And they are hungry to learn.
74% of employees want to learn in their spare time at work, so give them a tool that allows them to learn at their pace and when it suits them, leaving classroom-based training where it belongs: in the past.