Zero Threat (Cybersecurity game)

Zero Threat is a cybersecurity training game where learners take control of a network made up of technology, documents and people. This network is under constant attack, and dozens of risks are simulated, including (among others), phishing emails, social engineering attempts, malicious websites, infected USB sticks, accidental breaches, such as employee leaving a laptop on a train, and deliberate insider threats

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Zero Threat is an award-winning cyber-security awareness learning game created by Eukleia and Preloaded

Learning objectives

After playing the game, the learner will have a deeper awareness of:

  • The situations that make the firm vulnerable to a cyber attack
  • The consequences of weak cybersecurity, including the harm that can be done by malware, ransomware and data theft
  • What they can do to protect themselves and the firm from cyber threats
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    Audience

    Suitable for all

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    Game duration

    Minimum play 15 mins

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    Assessment

    Contains in-line knowledge checks throughout

Technical specifications

Format

SCORM 1.2
SCORM 2004 (3rd/4th edition)
HTML
jQuery
CSS
WebGL

Hosting environment

SCORM 1.2/2004 (3rd/4th edition) compliant LMS platforms including:
● Moodle
● Cornerstone
● SumTotal
● Saba
● NetDimensions
xAPI (Tin Can) compatible
Intranet

Supported browsers

Internet Explorer 11 (without audio)
Edge
Chrome
Firefox

Learner environment

Desktop
Laptop
Tablet devices
Pop up blockers disabled
Minimum screen resolution 1024 x 768
Recommended connection speed 512 KBPS
JavaScript must be enabled

Please request a trial if you would like to review the course. Your business development manager will be in touch to discuss next steps.

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