Better cybersecurity starts with trained employees

Cyber learning
Turn your employees into human firewalls

Over 90% of all data breaches and cyber attacks are caused by social engineering. Cybercriminals exploit your employees in order to gain access to your systems. Cyber learning's continuous training programme is a multi-device e-learning tool that raises awareness and ensures that your employees know what is happening regarding cyber. The best cybersecurity starts with employee awareness.

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Cyber learning

Better cybersecurity starts with employee awareness
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  • Train employees with an e-learning tool

  • Teach employees more about cyber (risks)

  • Increase awareness with continuous learning

Continuously update knowledge

Cyber learning is a continuous process for your employees. Repeating exercises helps employees retain knowledge and gain real awareness.

Based on work situations

We continuously update content in line with current situations and trends. This allows you to continually assess your employees' knowledge.

A tailor-made price

Since we deliver tailored solutions, the price you pay for Cyber learning depends on the number of employees that you would like to use it.

How does Cyber learning work?

Raise employees' awareness

Cyber learning is a continuous learning course comprising short exercises that employees have to complete periodically. This e-learning course teaches them to identify risks, act on cyber threats and prevent cybercrime.

  • Repetition increases knowledge and awareness

  • New, relevant content is added each month

  • Cyber learning is tailored to your employees' needs

  • The exercises are divided into different areas and topics

Improve your company's cybersecurity

Increasing your employees' cyber awareness decreases the likelihood of your company being affected by a data breach or cyber attack. Cyber learning turns your employees into human firewalls.

  • Cyber learning is available as a full package

  • Cyber learning is a multi-device programme with an intuitive app

  • Onboarding is simple and scaling up is possible on request

  • Keep track of your employees' knowledge and awareness level

Discover how to turn your employees into human firewalls

  • Discover all the unique features of Cyber learning

  • Learn how Cyber learning reduces the risk of cyber crime

  • Find out how continuous learning increases employee awareness

The features of Cyber learning
Use of continuous learning

Continuous learning is an ongoing process. Cyber learning provides content in a varied way so that users absorb and remember knowledge faster, so their cyber awareness stays up to date.

Use of spaced learning

Spaced learning involves creating reminders in your brain by repeating knowledge over time. After each successful reminder, there is a longer gap before the next repetition. This helps people retain knowledge.

Tackle the forgetting curve

Based on the theory of the forgetting curve, our smart algorithms determine when the exercises are automatically repeated. This results in optimum knowledge absorption and retention.

Personalisation for employees

Everyone learns differently. Cyber learning keeps all exercises relevant to individuals depending on their role, level, department and culture. User groups also determine which content is relevant.

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Who is Cyber learning for?

Cyber learning is for companies that want to protect themselves against cybercrime and the associated risks. Cyber learning helps reduce risks and take preventive action by increasing employees' awareness of their own online behaviour. Employees also learn how to act in situations that cybercriminals use in order to enter an organisation.

Increasing employees' awareness of cyber risks through cyber learning is an interesting option for organisations that are already taking measures to prevent cybercrime, such as annual workshops, training courses and e-learning courses and that want to take the next step by increasing their employees' awareness of the risks, threats and current events relating to cybercrime. Cyber learning is also an interesting option for companies that have not yet taken many measures relating to the human aspect of cybercrime.

What happens when I request a demo?

When you request a demo, we will contact you to schedule a 30-minute (online) appointment. During the appointment, we will listen to your needs and how we can fulfil them. We will show you around our environment and explain how Cyber learning could work for your company. There is also space for more specific questions. After the discussion, we will see if the options are worth pursing for both parties.

Why does ABN AMRO offer Cyber learning?

For four years now, we have been using a continuous learning programme self-developed by ABN AMRO. This awareness programme has positively affected our employees' cyber awareness. We have noticed that our programme is innovative within this market and we want to use our expertise to help clients and other organisations prevent cybercrime together. That is why we decided to offer Cyber learning to your organisation as well, rather than keeping it within ABN AMRO.

Can I try out Cyber learning?

Yes. There are two options: (i) we allow you to access our demo environment during a session so that you can experience how everything works for free. (ii) we set up a small-scale pilot for some of your employees lasting a few months. These options allow you to experience the benefits of Cyber learning so that you can make an informed decision to roll it out more widely. We provide supervision. We do charge a fee for the pilot: between €1,500 and €4,000 on average depending on the size of your organisation.

How much does Cyber learning cost?

The average cost of Cyber learning depends on the number of users it is required for. Various levels are available. You will receive our software, maintenance, monthly updated content, management information and support as standard. Our support includes our best practices, implementation advice and technical support.

Every organisation has different requirements for Cyber learning. Since we deliver tailored solutions, we cannot specify a fixed price. If you would like to discuss the price, options and how we can help you, please contact us by email at cyberlearning@nl.abnamro.com.

How does Cyber learning develop relevant content?

The cyber field is developing at a rapid pace, which is why it is important to reach out to your employees on a regular basis with new, relevant content. Our editorial team creates new content based on threats, trends and common errors. We also have a network of experts who are happy to help us develop customised content for each industry. This helps your organisation stay up to date and equipped with relevant knowledge.

How does Cyber learning assist my organisation with continuous learning?

Cyber learning supervises your organisation through the implementation phase. In order to activate your employees, we share our best practices and provide the organisation with the right communication tools. We have developed an automatic communication layer that motivates employees to use the tool. This communication layer can trigger employees who have not used Cyber learning for a while to start learning again.

Cyber learning is for companies that want to protect themselves against cybercrime and the associated risks. Cyber learning helps reduce risks and take preventive action by increasing employees' awareness of their own online behaviour. Employees also learn how to act in situations that cybercriminals use in order to enter an organisation.

Increasing employees' awareness of cyber risks through cyber learning is an interesting option for organisations that are already taking measures to prevent cybercrime, such as annual workshops, training courses and e-learning courses and that want to take the next step by increasing their employees' awareness of the risks, threats and current events relating to cybercrime. Cyber learning is also an interesting option for companies that have not yet taken many measures relating to the human aspect of cybercrime.