Digitally Secure Life

Through the Digitally Secure Life trainings, you can learn to act safely in dangerous situations within the digital world. The module contains online trainings and a mobile game.

The Digitally Secure Life game

The Digitally Secure Life game helps you learn digital security skills in an easy and fun way.

The first part of the game focuses on the digital safety skills needed in working life. Your task is to deal with everyday situations as an employee of the imaginary Municipality of Tyrskylä. Will you survive a working week full of digital security challenges?

It takes approximately 30-60 minutes to complete the game. If digital security issues are new to you, we recommend that you first complete the personnel training mentioned below.

Download the game from app stores

Apple App Store

Google Play Store

The Digitally Secure Life game has been released in Finnish, Swedish and English. The language can be changed via settings in the upper right corner of the game.

Privacy

The Digitally Secure Life game is an audited, digitally-secure game. It does not connect to the internet, require any permissions from your device nor collect personal data.

If you notice any problems with the game, please contact us by email digi[email protected]


Trainings for organisations' entire personnel

Digitally Secure Working Life

Digital security is a common concern for all of us. In this introductory training, you will learn to work safely in the digital world. You will learn to identify work-related threats and manage the risks arising from them. You will also learn to utilise the opportunities of the digital world. The online training lasts 30–60 minutes. Digitally Secure Working Life is the first part of the digital security training package.

Digitally secure working life at eOppiva

Operate Safely in the Digital World

Do you know how to work safely in digital environments? It is actually pretty simple: Categorise the data and select the correct spaces and tools for processing it! In this training, we familiarize ourselves with the different types of data and the different spaces and tools that can be used to process them. You will also learn to communicate safely in social media. The online training lasts 30–60 minutes. Operate Safely in the Digital World is the second part of the digital security training package.

Operate Safely in the Digital World at eOppiva

Digital security for local government officials

In this training, you will familiarise yourself with digital security through its five key areas. We will go through the basic concepts and general principles of digital security. We will use examples to examine the importance of digital security in public administration in general and more specifically from the perspective of elected officials in local government.

Digital security for local government officials at eOppiva


Trainings for organisations' managers and digital security specialists

Risk management in the digital world

Risk management helps organisations to achieve their objectives and enables the formation of a secure working environment. The training examines what risk management means and how risks can be managed. In addition, it explores how all members of the organisation can be involved in the risk management process. The training is aimed at the organisation’s managers, digital security specialists and all who are interested in risk management. The online training lasts 30–60 minutes.

Risk management in the digital world at eOppiva

Securing digital operations during incidents

Secure digital operation during an incident An incident may arise, for example, from a natural phenomenon, a cyberattack, a power failure or human error. In this training, you will learn how to manage incidents and the continuity of operations as well as how to handle communications about the situation. The training is aimed at directors of organisations, digital security experts and persons responsible for services and processes. The online training lasts 30–60 minutes. 

Securing digital operations during incidents at eOppiva