#CyberFest 21 – Do you have what it takes to beat the CGI Cyber Escape experience?

If only there was some way of helping my colleagues and customers to understand the impact of cyber security.

#CyberFest is delighted to be working with CGI to bring its exciting Cyber Escape to HMS Calliope, Gateshead.

Most employees try to do the right thing when it comes to cyber security, but may not know what to look out for or fully understand their own cyber responsibility and the consequences of not following guidelines. This means malware and phishing attacks remain a significant challenge to many organisations.

Physical cyber awareness training helps employees gain cyber security experience in real world scenarios and understand best practices in a fun and safe environment. That’s why CGI has created the CGI Cyber Escape, a mobile escape room experience that can help your teams better understand their cyber security responsibilities.

CGI Cyber Escape is coming to HMS Calliope throughout #CyberFest. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to book a free 1 hour session for up to 5 people. Each session is guided by a cyber security games master while you look for clues, solve puzzles and decipher riddles to earn your escape, all while learning potential cyber security risks, how to keep information and assets safe, and reduce the impact of a cyber-attack.

The CGI Cyber Escape is suitable for everyone, from your colleagues to your customers, indeed anyone who needs to be aware of their cyber security responsibilities. That is all of us!

CGI has kindly donated 36 free hour long slots on the afternoons and evenings of 7, 8, 13, 14, 20 and 21 of September. These slots are bound to go quickly and so please contact info@dynamonortheast.co.uk to schedule a booking.

You can find out more at CGI Cyber Escape

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