Changing the cybersecurity landscape

Think differently. Build the right habits. Be safe.

Is your team cybersecure?

In the criminal world, data is the new currency.

Data is hacked and used by criminals to steal, exploit and create havoc. Businesses and individuals across the globe are facing an unprecedented online threat, which is only getting worse. What do you do?

It's time to get savvy - change your habits and online behaviour to defend yourselves and your businesses against  cybercrime. How? It's time to GoCyber.


Transforming behaviour

By building cybersecure habits across your whole organisation, the GoCyber app is the ideal solution for an effective, company-wide, cybersecurity approach. 


5-10 mins a day to get inspired 

10 powerful steps to change behaviour & online security


How GoCyber works

Combining latest insight from global experts with gamification, daily inspiration, social engagement and competition, GoCyber is both credible and fun.

All content adheres to our rigorous SIPP standard - Simple, Impactful, Provocative and Personable - which ensures Go Cyber is not dull! A genuinely engaging cybersecurity awareness programme for everyone across the business.  

Global Experts

delivering content from those who know


for easy, on-the-go learning, 24/7

Human Firewall

changing employee behaviour across your entire organisation


Think you're cybersecure? They thought so too...

Organisations hit by cyber attacks, and just how much it cost them financially (not to mention reputational damage). Could you be next?


What GoCyber users say

“I can’t believe it, I’ve literally done the first five steps and I can feel my behaviour changing already.”

“I didn’t know what the ‘s’ stood for in https – I now know to look out for it when online.”

“I had no idea there were privacy settings on social media sites.”


Let's talk

See GoCyber in action!


Get in touch for access to a 3-step demo

Phone or email us:

UK phone: +44 (0)7765 110438

US phone: +1 (310) 721 - 1950



Our Experts


Dr. Alfred Rolington





Professor David Stupples