Cyber Awareness & Information Governance eLearning
What is Dojo?
Dojo is a series of online training courses that have uniquely been co-designed with a range of public sector organisations. The courses comprise of engaging and accessible video training modules and associated e-learning.
Dojo has been developed by BAFTA award-winning filmmakers in collaboration with a range of public sector organisations, following on from similar work commissioned by the BBC, including their cyber awareness course, now mandatory for all BBC staff.
Why Choose Dojo?
It’s often said that security breaches aren’t a matter of ‘if’, but rather ‘when’. As cyber criminals become increasingly sophisticated and operate in a wider space, your organisation needs to ensure that appropriate measures are taken to prepare staff for any eventuality.
And with human error being a significant cause of data breaches, every member of your staff is now a key line of defence against cyber criminals, all of which can be achieved through well informed and engaging cyber training.
Who is behind Dojo?
Dojo is a collaboration. A collaboration of public sector organisations shaping sector specific training to meet the evolving needs of staff, politicians and partners. Brought together by the public sector co-funding experts at CC2i and working with leading film makers, education experts, animators and researchers from Matobo, Dojo is a proven co-design partnership and growing e-Learning collective.