Security Awareness Blog: Category - Security Awareness Communications

Video: Seven most dangerous new attack techniques - RSA 2017 Keynote

UPDATE: Cybersecurity experts Ed Skoudis, Michael Assante, Johannes Ullrich, James Lyne and SANS Founder Alan Paller will answer many of the 100+ questions they were not able to cover in the live session. Watch a special webcast following the wildly popular RSA Keynote The Seven Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques, and What's Coming Next. … Continue reading Video: Seven most dangerous new attack techniques - RSA 2017 Keynote


Week 03 #NCSAM: Recognizing and Countering Cyber Crime

Editor's Note: National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) is hereand we are enablingorganizations to make this most of October. Every Monday, we areposting a new blog on how to make the most of NCSAM and the NCSAM Planning Kit. The planning kit is everything you need for a successful October, to include daily activities, resources … Continue reading Week 03 #NCSAM: Recognizing and Countering Cyber Crime


Communication: How Often is Too Often?

I was recently asked a great question by Jonathan Crowe@jonathanscrowe on Twitter.While hisquestion appearssimple, it requiresa complex answer. As such, I'm replying to Jonathan on a blog post as opposed to Twitter. Hey Lance, do you have any tips for emailing users re: security announcements/alerts? How often is too often? The quick answer is it … Continue reading Communication: How Often is Too Often?


The Security Awareness Planning Kit

One of themost common reasons we see organization's fail to establish a mature security awareness programis they fail to start witha plan. You can easily spotsuch anawareness program, theyrandomly pick the topics they communicate, they communicate only a fewtimes a year, they make little if any effort to understand and engage their audience, and … Continue reading The Security Awareness Planning Kit


Building an October Cyber Fest - At the #SecAwareSummit

space Editor's Note:Brenda Ianiro is the Training, Education, & Awareness Manager atLawrence Livermore National Laboratory.She is one of the speakers for the upcoming Security Awareness Summit in San Francisco, 3/4 August. Below she discusses her upcoming talk onbuilding an October Cyber Fest. CYBER SECURITY?. . .AWARENESS?. . .B O R R R R I N … Continue reading Building an October Cyber Fest - At the #SecAwareSummit