Hackers don't
break-in

They log-in!

If cybercrime were a country

It would have the 3rd largest
economy on the planet!

How cybercrime works

  1. Gather Data
  2. Commit Crime
  3. Cash Out

It's a pixel. will teach you how to prevent your data from being collected, so you will not fall victim of a crime, and in-turn, you get to keep your money!

Online security isn't rocket science,
we are just not implimenting it properly!

Why? Are we lazy?
No... Netfilx is just more interesting.
It's a pixel. is here to change that!

We all learn to drive!
We learn the rules of the road, how to use our turn signals, when to run a yellow light ;-)

Yet most of us do not have the equivalent knowledge of logging into a website.

It's not until we learn how to authenticate with an application,
that we will be able to protect ourselves and others!

3 in 5
organizations had authentication-related breaches in the last 12 months

That same amount were breached due to credential misuse or authentication weaknesses*

We are our own worst enemy!

In this digital world, we are worried about the wrong enemies!

We are worried about hackers
but they are not the problem...
It's our understanding of how simple complexity can be, that is the problem!

We only remember about 5% of the information we receive in a day.
The memories that stick with us are ones that are wrapped around an experience!

Let It's a pixel. tell a story,
the experience will increases retention exponentially!

The death of the password was supposed to start happening 20yrs ago...

"There is no doubt that over time, people are going to rely less and less on passwords. People use the same password on different systems, they write them down and they just don't meet the challenge for anything you really want to secure." –Bill Gates, speaking at the RSA Security conference, Feb 25, 2004


Quick joke...

Our pricing plans

We offer a free version for 24 hours with very limited features and a Pro version with every feature enabled. Please note that you will be asked to signin with Facebook to use both, this is a security measure as we do not want your current password stored in our database. Signing in with Facebook allows us to generate a random password for you and store that instead.

Individual

$40
*lifetime access

This lets you explore the app and see if it's something you are interested in. If so, we are currently offering a lifetime membership so you can skip the monthly payments! *This is for early adopters only

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Business plan

$1600
+$40/user*

The Pro version gives you access to a business owner dashboard where you can view all of your employees progress and their integrity score! The on-boarding process is automated, so you don't need to do much more then copy and paste a list of your employees' email addresses.*billed annually **proof of business is required

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School Plan

Contact
for pricing

Teachers will have the ability to monitor their students progress – much like the business plan, but with a discount!

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Hey, Charles!
Problem solved!

One of the reasons why we live in an internet with passwords and usernames is because we actually don't have a good way of identifying the people on the internet. It would be great if everyone had a public key and there was an easy way to distribute these things ... As a consequence , the second consolation prize that we've had to deal with on the internet has been this terrible dystopia, where one has a username and a password,

  • usually easy to guess,
  • usually, easy to hack
  • usually re-used amongst many different websites

and certainly causes a lot of problems.

- Charles Hoskinson
Founder of IOHK

What are keeping business leaders up at night?

For the second year in a row, the answer is security!
To put this in perspecitive, 10 years ago, it didn't even make the list.
*ref

Common terms

Ever feel like you don't know what some of your tech friends and co-workers are talking about?

Learn a bunch of common terms and communicate with confidence!

Misconceptions

The three main reasons why you think you are secure:

  • Hindsight bias
  • Optimism bias
  • Dunning-Kruger Effect
  • *ref

It's a pixel. is
designed to help all industries,


but here is a list of a few that are targeted by major cyber attacks:


  • Educational Institutions
  • Critical Infrastructure
  • Federal Governments
  • Manufacturing
  • Technology
  • Financial Services
  • Healthcare
  • Legal & Professional
  • Energy & Utilities
  • Oil Facilities
  • Telecom Companies
  • Retail

Too big to fail?

This is what happens when security training is not retained. Here is a list of just a few companies that have been hacked:

Company|Date|Market Cap

  1. Apple Inc. - March 2017 - $2,400 billion
  2. Cognizant - April 2020 - $48.6 billion
  3. Quanta Computer - April 2021 - $53.4 billion
  4. Toshiba - May 2021 - $18.2 billion
  5. Garmin Ltd. - July 2020 - $21.5 billion
  6. Norsk Hydro - March 2019 - $9.9 billion
  7. SolarWinds - December 2020 - $6.2 billion
  8. Colonial Pipeline - May 2021 - $10.9 billion
  9. Universal Health Services - September 2020 - $11.3 billion
  10. Molson Coors - March 2021 - $11.2 billion
  11. Advantech - November 2020 - $1.7 billion
  12. Axon - July 2021 - $13.1 billion
  13. Barnes & Noble - October 2020 - N/A (privately held)
  14. Blackbaud - May 2020 - $4.4 billion
  15. CNA Financial - March 2021 - $13.7 billion
  16. Electronic Arts - June 2021 - $39.9 billion
  17. Equinix - July 2021 - $73.5 billion
  18. EXFO Inc. - June 2021 - $0.3 billion
  19. FabFitFun - May 2021 - N/A (privately held)
  20. Foxconn - November 2020 - $46.2 billion
  21. Geisinger Health System - December 2020 - N/A (privately held)
  22. Hammersmith Medicines Research - April 2021 - N/A (privately held)
  23. Healthcare Pays - March 2021 - N/A (privately held)
  24. Heritage Company - October 2020 - N/A (privately held)
  25. Honda - June 2020 - $49.4 billion
  26. Howard University - September 2021 - N/A (privately held)
  27. Irish health service - May 2021 - N/A (government-run)
  28. ITV - September 2019 - $6.9 billion
  29. JBS USA Holdings - May 2021 - N/A (privately held)
  30. Kia Motors America - February 2021 - N/A (privately held)
  31. Konica Minolta - November 2020 - $2.6 billion
  32. Lasalle County - February 2021 - N/A (government-run)
  33. Mercy Iowa City - May 2021 - N/A (privately held)