Purpose-Built to Change Behavior
Software applications do not operate in isolation, but rather in a complex and hostile ecosystem. As an example, for developers to protect code, they need to look beyond syntax and understand why a defect is a vulnerability and the role external factors play. Experiencing a vulnerability from a holistic (and attacker) perspective builds situational awareness and drives behavior change – your ultimate goal.
Build Skills that Stick
Mayer’s Cognitive Theory reinforces that learning is an active process of filtering, selecting, organizing, and integrating information. Our courses aren’t voice-over-text, task repetition, or based on remedial “line of code” hunting. Our multimodal approach encourages teams to think more critically, consider the bigger picture, and realize the consequences of haphazard software development and operations.
All of our activities fall into Absorb, Do, and Connect categories. The goal is to elevate learning from passive reading to active seeking, selecting, simulating, and experiencing.