Research at SSBM Geneva: Application of Virtual Reality in Security Education Training and Awareness (SETA)
Dr. Mario Silic is currently working on a new research project with his research team at SSBM Geneva on the Application of Virtual Reality in Security Education Training and Awareness (SETA).
The objective of the research project is to understand how virtual reality can help in improving the effectiveness of security training in an organizational context.
Virtual Reality (VR) is an emerging technology that can provide an immersive experience for learners and offer novel ways in engaging in a completely new and different way.
It is expected that the research project outcomes will show that VR technology positively influences employees’ motivation to behave with more security in an organizational context. This project could bring novel and significant findings on how to better address the human element, known as the weakest link in organizations.