NINJIO Offers Four Free Security Awareness Episodes for Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Industry-leading cybersecurity company NINJIO is giving companies an opportunity to share hyper-engaging awareness training content with their workforces

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 3, 2022) — Award-winning cybersecurity awareness company NINJIO will offer free access to four episodes during Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October. These episodes cover what NINJIO describes as the “Core-4” topic areas that company leaders and employees should be familiar with: 1) Business email compromise, 2) phishing, 3) credential security, and 4) ransomware. 

Proactive cybersecurity awareness is the theme of all four episodes. For example, to avoid falling victim to a business email compromise (BEC) attack, employees and company leaders should always use multiple channels of communication to confirm wire transfers or deliveries of sensitive information – from in-person discussions to phone calls. Employees should know how to check messages for evidence that they’re fraudulent (such as incorrect domain names or threatening and coercive language), use password managers and VPNs, and report any suspicious activity they see. These are just a few of the lessons in NINJIO’s Core-4 episodes. 

“Cybersecurity Awareness Month gives companies an opportunity to teach their workforces about the crippling consequences of cyberattacks,” says NINJIO CEO Shaun McAlmont. “But more importantly, it gives them a chance to empower their employees by showing them that they’re capable of preventing the vast majority of these attacks. At a time when over 80 percent of breaches involve a human element, the cybersecurity principles in our Core-4 episodes will help employees protect their organizations from a wide range of cyberattacks.” 

With cybersecurity investments on the rise, security awareness training has emerged as one of the most cost-effective ways for companies to protect themselves. Your cybersecurity awareness platform has to be capable of securing sustainable behavioral change, which means it should capture and hold employees’ attention with concise, relevant, narrative-driven content. 

NINJIO is making its Core-4 episodes freely available in October because every company, regardless of its industry or size, should make cybersecurity a top priority. As McAlmont explains, “Cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility, and NINJIO is committed to helping as many organizations as possible defend themselves from the gravest cyberthreats out there. That’s why we’re making our Core-4 episodes public.” 

To access NINJIO’s Core-4 episodes during the month of October, follow this link.


NINJIO is a cybersecurity awareness company that empowers individuals and organizations to become defenders against cyberthreats. The company creates 3 to 4-minute Hollywood-style micro-learning videos that teach organizations, employees, and families how not to get hacked.

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