The Complete Package

Security awareness doesn’t have to be so complicated. It can often be as simple as the right message, the right messenger, and lots of repetition. So that’s what we’ve done.

Our training program is called Secure in 60 seconds. It’s engaging and effective and our mantra says it all. It only takes a second to spot and stop a cybercrime or a scam. And not many more to learn how.

The entire collection of 45 short videos costs just $4,500. You or your client own the videos outright and there are no additional licensing fees or annual costs. We’ll even keep them fresh and updated at no cost.

To make the videos even more relevant to your employees, each video will be branded and customized with your logo and messaging.

As an added bonus, we’ll include a slightly longer video, approximately 5 minutes, that will introduce the training and reference your company directly.

About the 60 Seconds Approach

Secure In 60 Seconds is a collection of more than 45 short and engaging security nudges addressing the most important workplace and personal security topics, and can even be customized for a specific sector like higher education, financial services, retail, healthcare and so on.

Each video in the collection spends just around a minute reminding employees of a specific and important topic. It can be about phishing, passwords, safe data handling, working from home, malware, general awareness – you name it.

Topics include:

  • Why awareness matters.
  • Welcome to security in this workplace.
  • Spotting and avoiding phishing attacks.
  • What is spear phishing?
  • Ransomware.
  • Good password practices.
  • Why security policies are there.
  • Safe data handling.
  • Good social media practices.
  • Security out of the office.
  • Security at home.
  • Privacy.
  • Spotting and avoiding BEC scams.
  • Preventing identity theft.
  • Preventing Zelle and other P2P scams.
  • Protecting seniors from scams.
  • Protecting a small business.
  • Stopping robocalls.
  • What is 2FA?
  • Why banking online is safer.
  • What are credit freezes?
  • The top mistakes cybercriminals are anticipating.
  • Using password managers.
  • Celebrating National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
  • Celebrating Data Privacy Day.
  • Interviews with real cyber criminals.
  • And much more.

Use them:

  • To supplement your existing awareness training.
  • To help launch an awareness program.
  • As a new campaign.
  • As your entire awareness program.
  • As part of a response to a recent incident.
  • As a free gift to your community.

Custom versions available for:

  • Financial services
  • Retail.
  • Healthcare.
  • Education (highered and K-12).
  • Local government.




We’ve just launched a series of incident-specific videos – videos branded with your logo and alerting your employees about a recent or current incident.

It could be an active phishing campaign, a surge in ransomware, a recent data breach or other incident. Whenever there’s an incident, pull the most appropriate short video from your collection and start pushing it out.


Everyone in your community is impacted by cybercrime, scams, and fraud. Why not help to protect your entire community, and win big for your organization, by making your collection of branded videos available to everyone in your community?


The entire 60 Seconds collection (45 videos and growing) costs just $4,500 including your logo and message added to every video. That’s a perpetual license, meaning you own those videos forever. You can host them on your LMS, or share them openly through your YouTube channel.

There are no additional fees or costs, no annual or user fees, and the price includes all future updates.

Which means that apart from things like phish testing, you probably won’t have to find annual budget for security awareness training ever again.


Only The Very Best For Your Employees

Neal O’Farrell is widely regarded as one of the longest-serving cybersecurity experts on the planet, 40 years and counting. He got his very first introduction to cybersecurity in 1980, on a college campus, where a fellow student introduced him to his first password-stealing software.

He’s advised multiple governments, was member of the Federal Communications Commission’s Cybersecurity Roundtable, and has been behind some of the nation’s most ambitious security awareness initiatives. Meet him.


It’s time to introduce your entire workforce to Danger Finger!