What would make cybersecurity training more enjoyable?

If it were presented in simpler language.18%

If it was more fun (i.e. gamification)62%

If it were broken into shorter courses15%

Nothing, it's boring no matter what!3%


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Director in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Our company kept every failure secret. I know some breeches need to be confidential. Employees might take the training more seriously if you told them real examples that occurred in your company

It’s a judgement call but more open disclosure would show how serious the problem is
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Senior IT Manager in Government, 10,001+ employees

This, a hundred times this. If we hide security breeches/incidents behind a cloak of secrecy, our user communities never now how bad it really is.

Director of Technology Strategy in Services (non-Government), 2 - 10 employees
Option missing from the list: Make it relevant to their role, even if that means having several flavours for it.

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