The once-a-year awareness course has maybe had its time. You had to fight your way into all employee calendars using words as mandatory and escalation every year.
If users did the course, then the forgetting curve set in.
Then, how do you educate users on an attack happening right now, or customize the program to fit ever-changing threats?
After all, maybe awareness and once-a-year training is incompatible.
NanoLearning with Spaced Repetition
Junglemap invented bite-sized learning in 2006, and our method is aligned with learning research, applying spaced repetition to counter the forgetting curve.
Thus, our Information Security Awareness processes are based on a series of 3 minute single-topic lessons delivered to all your employees every 3 weeks - all year round - for continuous learning, alertness and dialog around digital security.
Can this work?
In our annual awareness risk assessment (ARA), we ask users if they think more about information security in their everyday work and empirically - after having delivered more than 6000 process to more than 5 million users - your average response will be in the range of 85-95 % yes.
If it´s not, we will give you your money back.
NanoLearning and Spaced Repetition
We invented NanoLearning in 2006, and our method is aligned with learning research, applying spaced repetition to counter the forgetting curve.
Thus, our Information Security Awareness 365 programs are based on a series of 2-3 minute single-topic lessons sent to all your employees every 2-3 weeks - all year round - for optimal learning and alertness.
Powerful Analytics and Reporting
The process is further supported by all the tools you need to maximize participation to reduce risk.
Automated manager reports
User update automation
And of course, you get access to dashboards where you can drill down from the top, aggregate level, down to the individual level.
Hundreds of thousands of employees across the globe have participated in Junglemap GDPR programs.
9 out of 10 of your users say they have a better understanding of GDPR in post program evaluations.