Cybersecurity
IT and Cybersecurity
Experience-based platform
Human Ressources

Game of Threats

Raise employee awareness and identify your defences in the event of a cyber attack

Your challenge

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

Benefits of Threat Watch

Awareness-raising

Raise cybersecurity awareness through real-world experience.

Collaboration

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

High-level analysis

Identify the strengths and weaknesses of your cybersecurity approach.

Collaborative experience

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

Pricing table

Executive Session

    • Game set-up
    • Up to 20 participants
    • Provision of materials
    • Coaching by 2 PwC cyber experts throughout the session

    4.500€

    per 2 hour session

      Package of 4 sessions

      All the advantages of the subscription Standard plus :
      • Tailored alerting via email or phone (malicious campaigns, threat actor discussions, vulnerabilities, data leakage)
      • External reconnaissance with monthly reporting (reconnaissance tracker & dashboards)

      6.000€

      one day

      Custom Package

      More than 4 sessions or in combination with other PwC awareness-raising products

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