Intelligent Decisions, Cypherpath Partner to Create Situational Awareness in the Office, Reducing Information Lost

Intelligent Decisions Inc., and Cypherpath have formed a partnership to deliver a game-based training platform aimed to better secure sensitive workplace information. The companies indicated that the partnership will specifically present agencies with a way to “bridge the daily experience of Federal employees,” in securing data.

“The majority of internal breaches within the workplace consist of human errors that, ultimately, create susceptibility and compromise information,” said Gino Antonelli, Intelligent Decisions’ executive vice president.

“Cypherpath’s Agent Surefire is a common sense, highly-effective training approach that helps employees recognize and fulfill their essential role in safeguarding sensitive information,” he said.

Agent Surefire, a product that will result from the partnership, is a game-based employee training program. The simulations create an office environment including security elements. The platform thinks in the same way an auditor might and looks for areas that may be in violation. The game mission is for the employee to find and identify an insider threat.

 

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