NINJIO product overview
NINJIO is a global cybersecurity awareness and simulated phishing training solution that uses engaging Hollywood-style microlearning videos to educate organizations. It empowers individuals to defend against cyber threats.
NINJIO teaches organizations, employees, and families how not to get hacked, making them the first line of defense against increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals. It serves some of the largest companies and has changed the behavior of people through emotionally-driven storytelling. Real companies who have suffered actual significant security breaches inspired these animated stories.
Furthermore, through gamification, NINJIO challenges employees at the end of the episode with a quiz to ensure they understand how to identify and prevent the threat from happening to them. Through this process, the platform helps the organization create a security-minded culture that improves the overall security posture.
Pros of NINJIO
- It uses animation instead of live-action content to illustrate in-content teachable moments. Animations can be immersive when pulling out specific threats that end-users need to know.
- It is continuously staying on top of the latest, straight from the headlines breaches and scams that have the highest likelihood of being relevant to users.
Cons of NINJIO
- Some users found the interface to be confusing.
Breakdown of core features
NINJIO delivers gamification to encourage engagement, leading to retention. Individuals who complete episodes quickly and pass the quiz on the first try earn more points, securing a top spot on the leaderboard. As a result, it creates an incentive to learn the lesson thoroughly and gives the organization a tool to create friendly competition.
Hosted private portal
The platform offers a hosted private portal that displays the company’s branding and allows users to connect via a single sign-on solution. The NINJIO Hosted Private Portal lets businesses use their domain name and access the NINJIO AWARE content library.
NINJIO PCI compliance is for users who have access to credit card data or handle credit cards as part of their daily responsibilities. It educates employees about the warning signs to look out for, like suspicious modifications to card readers and other technology. It helps users understand best practices around credit card security, such as refusing to use default passwords and limiting access to sensitive data. Moreover, it gives employees the information needed to keep credit card data safe and adhere to industry security standards.
(Last updated on 05/12/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)