Director of Education and Children's Services, Aberdeenshire Council
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.
Security is everyone’s responsibility and all employees need to play their part. Physical cyber awareness training helps employees gain cyber security experience in real world scenarios and understand best practices in a fun and safe environment.
In CGI Cyber Escape, employees have a designated time to look for clues, solve puzzles and decipher riddles to earn their escape, all while learning potential cyber security risks, how to keep information and assets safe, and reduce the impact of a cyber-attack.
CGI Cyber Escape can be brought to sites around the UK for your employees to see if they are up to the challenge!
While we are focussing on supporting our clients in enhancing their employees' security awareness, CGI Cyber Escape is also available for wider community programmes.
We would be happy to join you in supporting your own corporate and social responsibility activities and community outreach programmes.
We are able to deliver CGI Cyber Escape to suitable sites for extended periods, allowing our clients, their clients and the surrounding community to experience the challenge. CGI Cyber Escape can be facilitated to suit a variety of age groups from Year 7 (Scotland S1) upwards, making the experience suitable for a range of groups as well as IT and business professionals.
"OMG, I thoroughly enjoyed my Escape Room experience at Kemnay Academy this afternoon, what a wonderful opportunity for learners to develop excellent skills for life, learning and work- thanks for the invitation!" - Laurence Findlay, Director of Education and Children’s Services at Aberdeenshire Council
"I loved trying to escape from the CGI Cyber Escape experience. It’s a great mixture of cyber know-how and fun." - Tara McGeehan, President UK and Australia at CGI
"It was excellent. Everyone enjoyed it even though two teams (including mine) didn’t get out in time. I’ve done a few corporate escape or puzzle rooms before, but none of them have been as good as this one. It was really well designed and built. The team running it were also very friendly and helpful." - Anthony Smith, IS Security Manager, Northumbrian Water
"I really enjoyed participating along with Chambers Wales members and corporate partners. It challenged us to think about the importance of taking the utmost care with pieces of personal information, which can easily be threaded together and leave us exposed to the risk of cyber threats" - Professor Carwyn Jones, Former First Minister and Patron of Chambers Wales
- Lincoln 24 - 28
- Gatwick 31
- Gatwick 1 - 4
- Wolverhampton 7 -11
- Reading 14 - 18
- Nottingham 21 - 25
- Leatherhead 28 - 30
- Leatherhead 1 - 9