Many of you remember the 1983 movie “War Games”, a story about a teenager engaged in computer games with a military computer.  In the movie the focus was on weapons but the movie was not far off from the use of computer gaming today.  The use of computer gaming techniques and components to train and mold behavior is known as gamification.

In our cybersecurity blogs we point to behavior change as a key to fighting cyber crime.  The use of gamification, as discussed in this article, can help cyber teams hone their skills in identifying and responding to cyber incidents.  Gamification techniques can also be used to affect employee behavioral change and create a cyber resilient culture.

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Gamification — the process of applying game principles to real-life scenarios — is everywhere, from U.S. army recruitment to immersive cybersecurity training.

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