Your employees are increasingly acknowledged as the most critical component of your security ecosystem, and the race is on to ensure they understand how to spot malicious activity and avoid putting the business at risk.
Having a resilient human firewall is not just about keeping hackers out; it’s about building a reputation for taking security seriously and safeguarding customers’ assets.
By placing your learning content within a reward framework, such as redeemable points earned when employees complete activities, organisations are able to turn every interaction into a value-exchange, leading to an increase in engagement of up to 3x.
Most organisations have a portfolio of security awareness materials distributed across a range of channels.The 3radical Voco platform allows your organisation to simplify and incentivise access to these materials as well as augment them with new ‘gamified’ challenges, such as simulated phishing attacks and other interactive learning activities.
Cyber security teams often struggle to encourage and prove engagement with classroom-based learning. Using 3radical Voco employees can book learning workshops online and ‘check in’ to these activities, allowing your organisation to ‘close the loop’ on physical training.
When it comes to reducing the impact of a new cyber attack speed of response is critical. Thanks to 3radical Voco’s easy to use interface teams can author new training content and issue alerts to employees in minutes, not hours or days.
Voco is a secure and scalable ‘Software-as-a-Service’ solution that can be quickly and easily integrated into your existing technology ecosystem. Thanks to the platform’s flexible web services layer 3radical Voco can be seamlessly connected to HR, eLearning and identity management systems to maintain a consistent view of where each employee is on their learning journey.
Avoid the pitfalls of ‘one size fits all’ training materials by using past engagement behaviour to target and personalise content for specific employees. Include customisable game mechanics to make learning about security awareness enjoyable and reduce the perception of training as a ‘tick box’ activity.