Cybercrime is one of the biggest threats facing business today. This film had to make clients aware of the threats to their systems and operations and advise how to better protect against cybercrime. The aim is for the issue to be taken more seriously at a senior level and to facilitate further, better quality conversations with Deloitte about the issue.
The audience comprised of CEO’s and senior board members of large corporations and governments around world.
Young men are the target of internet blackmail through what is known as Sextortion. Young women either knowingly or unknowingly tempt young men to perform sexual acts in front of webcams, these acts are then recorded and the young man then becomes a victim of blackmail.
This is a very serious issue as a number of the victims have taken their own lives. The purpose of our film is to raise awareness of this issue and hopefully save lives along the way. Our solution was to recreate a Sexploitation video, all filmed in a single shot, so it looks like a webcam. Our actress talks directly to camera, tempting the target audience to perform a sexual act for her. Half way through she changes persona, from temptress to hard-nosed extortionist as she explains to the young man that he is a victim of blackmail.
Part of our elearning course designed to reinforce the behaviours set out in the PwC Code of Conduct, this film shows the world of pain that is a careless click away on social media.
Part of our ‘Is It OK?’ E-learning course for Openreach, this film aims to promote positive online behaviour within the company’s workforce.
This is one of a series of films we produce as a key part of HSBC Global Mandatory Training for all 230,000 employees around the world.