Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) Cybersecurity Defense Education & Training Sub-Division (CDET) has partnered with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) to develop a mobile game called Defend the Crown focused on providing cybersecurity content for CISA and other federal employees or individuals new to cybersecurity concepts. The application is designed to deliver learning material on cybersecurity topics such as cyber-attacks and defenses, internet of things security, computer networking, and cyber safety in a fun and interactive way.
No information is collected from users of the Defend the Crown Mobile Application and retained by CISA or PNNL.
Uses of Information
No information is collected or retained from users of the Defend the Crown Mobile Application and used by CISA or PNNL.
No information is collected from users of the Defend the Crown Mobile Application and shared by CISA or PNNL with other federal, state, and local governments or private sector entities.
The Defend the Crown Mobile Application was scanned for vulnerabilities and malware using DHS AppVet which combines multiple commercial and open source scanners provide enhanced vulnerability and malware detection coverage.
How to Access or Correct Your Information
No information is collected from users of the Defend the Crown Mobile Application to provide access to or correction of information.
The mobile platforms offer App Analytics which provides data on aggregate user engagement with metrics such as App Store Impressions, Product Page Views, Sessions, Deletions, and more. To protect user privacy, it only shows data in App Analytics after a certain number of data points are available. This data is not linked to a user.
For more information please reach out to the CISA Privacy Office at email@example.com.