Have you ever felt that every cybersecurity training is dull on purpose? Those video lessons about password security and phishing emails that everyone watches at work but hardly anyone truly understands. Cybersecuritoons is Moonlock’s pledge to teach you cybersecurity fundamentals in a fun and easy way.
Learn cybersecurity one cartoon at a time
Each Сybersecuritoon takes only 1 minute and 30 seconds, focusing on one topic without weird abbreviations and techie gobbledygook. Watch the cartoons over your morning coffee, show them to your family and friends, and be sure to apply your new knowledge for your own daily protection.
Episode 1: Passwords
Passwords make more sense when you treat them like keys to your property. Even Apple called its password manager Keychain. How to prevent breaking and entering into your accounts is the theme of our first episode.
Episode 2: Remote work
Watch the second episode for a straightforward list of do’s and don’ts when working from home. Together, they make up a foolproof strategy to protect your professional and personal life.
Episode 3: Phishing
This episode is essential for the introduction to cybersecurity. Here, we shed light on phishing scams that play on your emotions, and give you the tools to avoid them.
Episode 4: Malware
Malware can still sneak into your computer. Even if you’re not downloading, not clicking, not trusting. But when you know what types of malware exist, what they do, and how to shield yourself from them, you can finally relax and use your expensive tech to the fullest.
30% of Mac users say it’s hard to find a reliable source of cybersecurity information. This is why Moonlock made a free cybersec training that people could turn to at any time.
We collected and verified all recommendations under the strict eye of Moonlock security experts. Finally, we packed them into short cartoons designed by the Ukrainian animation studio Animagrad. Talk about short and sweet!
We hope you will use Cybersecuritoons to brush up on your own knowledge, share them with colleagues as a part of the IT cybersecurity training, or send them to those who are less tech-savvy.
Let’s make cybersecurity accessible to everyone, together.