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59% of cyber attacks result in a loss of revenue or total suspension of production in France.​

Cybersecurity is the number one concern of business leaders in France and worldwide. And it is a very real threat.

To keep it at bay, it is vital that business leaders are aware of their organisations’ potential vulnerabilities, and the consequences that such attacks could wreak. Help raise your employees’ awareness of cyber risks in a fun and collaborative way with our serious game, Game of Threats.

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Benefits of Game of Threats 

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Raise cybersecurity awareness through real-world experience.

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Encourage collaboration and exchange: this cybersecurity awareness exercise fosters a proactive mindset for participants.

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Identify the strengths and weaknesses of your cybersecurity approach.

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Collectively improve your ability to react and respond to a cyber attack.

Game of Threats is an immersive serious game that has been used by over 150 companies worldwide. It is aimed at raising awareness of cybersecurity issues and risks among management teams and helping them focus their investments on the areas where they need them most. Feedback from clients has always been very positive.

Frédéric Malagoli, Partner, Cyber Security, PwC France & Maghreb | Expert feedback

 

   

Executive Session
4.500€per 2 hour session
  • Game set-up
  • Up to 20 participants
  • Provision of materials
  • Coaching by 2 PwC cyber experts throughout the session
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More than 4 sessions or in combination with other PwC awareness-raising products

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F.A.Q

How does PwC support you during a Game of Threats session?

Two PwC cyber experts will accompany you throughout the session. Their aim is to bring all participants up to speed on the information they need to know.

They will also help you prepare for, respond to, and remedy an attack as effectively as possible. The experts help to familiarise participants with technical terms to make the subject of cybersecurity more accessible, regardless of their role in the company.

At the end of the game, PwC’s cyber experts draw up an assessment to help you take corrective measures to secure your organisation and your systems.

How does Game of Threats fit into my organisation?

It is possible to fine-tune the cybersecurity serious game by:

  • Adapting the cards to your industry (e.g., health, banking, manufacturing)
  • Choosing the type of attacker (e.g., insider, criminal organisation, activist, nation state)
  • Increasing or decreasing the time for each round of the session
  • Changing the number of rounds in the game according to your needs
  • Modifying the technical or human resources of the company and the attacker at the beginning of the game
  • Altering the budget allocated to the attacker or the company
What key areas of cybersecurity are covered in the serious game?

The areas covered are:

  • governance/organisation
  • assessment of the maturity and level of IT or cyber risk a company’s ability to respond
  • assessment of the security operations centre (SOC)
  • user training and awareness (phishing exercise)
  • business resumption or continuity capacity strengthening of infrastructure (detection and protection)
  • identification of possible improvements

To go further, we offer an immersive cyber crisis management exercise in virtual reality (virtual crisis experience), as well as access to a customisable cybersecurity monitoring tool (Threat Watch).

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