The “Innovation in Learning” Award is open to global organisations that demonstrate they have made a unique and innovative contribution to the delivery of learning, recognising new and boundary-pushing ways of engaging learners and developing capability in the workplace.

Phriendly Phishing is part of the CyberCX group, the largest cyber security services organisation in Australia and New Zealand. Phriendly Phishing has over 80 unique courses empowering employees on their path to cyber security awareness

CyberCX’s CEO, John Paitaridis said, “The nomination of Phriendly Phishing in the global Learning Awards is an exciting recognition of the world class cyber security learning and awareness capabilities we are building. Phriendly Phishing now supports security awareness and training for approximately 300,000 employees in our customer organisations annually and we are seeing exponential demand and growth. It is a great privilege for Phriendly Phishing to have been selected as a global finalist and a terrific example of Australian home grown cyber capability competing on the world stage.”

Executive Director of Phriendly Phishing, Damian Grace emphasized this was just the beginning for Phriendly Phishing. “The team are beyond excited to be nominated. We’ve come so far with Phriendly Phishing and we’re only getting started. Our plans for global growth are in action, and recognition on the international stage makes us confident that Phriendly Phishing will resonate with customers worldwide. We are excited about the prospect of ensuring every employee possible is cyber aware.”

Phriendly Phishing is joined by fellow nominees for the “Innovation in Learning Award”: AztraZeneca, Desq & Fujitsu, Furlearn, Lloyds Banking Group, Paymentsense, Swisscom (Schweiz) AG, and The Engagement Coach. The winner will be announced on February 18, 2021 at the Learning Awards 2021.

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