Security awareness through games allows employees to have fun while learning and feel a sense of engagement that is significantly higher than death-by-powerpoint. Studies show that the brain is 68% more involved when having fun.
Game-based learning presents many of these opportunities; one of which is the fact that you can gradually advance skill by immersing people in real-life simulations and rewarding them according to their performance. But it’s not all based on merit.
Within simulations and games, you can learn to appreciate failure as a learning opportunity, reward participation and identify highly-engaged employees. Play is practice for the real thing!
Find out about the 10 games to train employees on cyber security.