Cracking the Human Factor problem: Sims, games & data

Presented by

Bora Aytun Co-founder, CEO, MAVI Interactive

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Data-driven integration between Phishing Sims and game-based information security awareness training. In this webinar you will learn: •Why Phishing Sims didn’t turn out to be the silver bullet to bring down the Human Factor problem in Information Security. •Root cause analysis: Why people fail, and how cognitive neuroscience of learning can affect much-needed behavior change. •The behavior modification cycle: The process, and why accurate skills assessment is essential. You will also see a quick demo of the integrated solution: “Keepnet Labs” and "Info-Sentinel" training mini-games. Q/A Session to follow. Mr. Aytun is a 30-year veteran of building technology-based solutions, including B2B product development for the TV broadcast industry, TV and video production, software product development, and in the last decade, game development for training and education. He has been serving the corporate and government training space as the CEO of MAVI Interactive since 2008. MAVI's key contribution to the training industry is making immersive skill development products accessible by all, removing the prohibitive cost barriers. MAVI's approach is to develop award winning immersive training systems with modular data structures that can reliably deliver engaging skill development scenarios as well as data-driven performance evaluation. All their solutions are based on Natural Learning Principles, designed to “train the brain” and affect behavior change. MAVI's latest integration between Phishing Simulations (Keepnet Labs) and information security behavior modification mini games (multiple-award-winning "Info-Sentinel" series) completes the behavior modification cycle, essential for reducing the Human Factor issues with information security.”

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