October is Cyber Security month, and the perfect opportunity to get South Africans thinking about their cybersecurity.
If only South Africans cared about their password safety as much as they did everything else.
Using quirky online videos as the hook, we created a social media campaign that highlighted the importance of password safety. The videos drew a parallel between daily activities or habits we like to worry about in comparison to things we should really be worried about, like our password safety. All videos linked through to an interactive microsite where users could test the strength of their password in real-time.
Tell us about your vision and let's make it a reality, together.
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