The journey to improved cyber awareness training begins with curated and personalized education that is adaptive to your employees’ Risk-Style quadrant and is more effective and efficient than generic competitors. By targeting content to specific risk-style of individual employees, your company will maximize the return on your training dollar by catering a unique program for each employee.
Adaptive Security Awareness Learning Platform
Your Foundation to Improved Cyber Awareness Training
More Than Training, unIQue is a Style-Aligned® Learning Platform
Proven Results With Continuous Reinforcement
Our unIQue Adaptive Learning Platform is the foundation of our offering and an innovative cyber awareness education program that provides users who have taken the myQ Assessment a continuous, timely and effective means of reducing their exposure to cyber risks.
Turn Cybersecurity Into a Team Sport
We transform your internal cybersecurity culture from fear to hope by empowering employees with a sophisticated understanding of how their online behavior impacts their cybersecurity Risk-Style. We turn cybersecurity into a team sport that helps keep your organization safer and makes a CISO’s job much easier.
Through micro-learning and continuous education modules, our learning and development team delivers the latest content in these areas:
- CYBERology™ – our behavioral science approach
- Social Engineering & Phishing
- Data Care & Privacy
- Passwords & Authentication
- Physical Security
- Security Basics
Struggling with Ineffective Cybersecurity Training Programs?
Designed by educational psychologists and curated by security experts, our patented myQ Assessment combined with our unIQue Adaptive Learning Platform are proven to reduce organizational human-factor cyber risk.
- Personalized and adaptive security awareness journey
- Improved employee engagement with 95%+ satisfaction rate
- Continuous, layered and laddered educational nudges
- Easy administration and content management
- 4-6x more effective than generic training alternatives