Security Awareness Blog: Author - lspitzner

Mobile Health Cyber Hygiene

Editor's Note: This Guest Blog series is by Meryt McGindley,Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs for the National Association for Trusted Exchange (NATE) and Daniel Weissman, Director at SANS Institute. In this blog they discuss how mobile health technologies make healthcare information sharing easier but require strong security hygiene by End Users. Today, mobile … Continue reading Mobile Health Cyber Hygiene


OUCH! Newsletter is Out - Revisit Phishing

Folks, I'm excited to announce the December edition of the OUCH! newsletter is out. Led by Guest Editor Dr. Lance Hayden (author of IT Security Metrics and People-Centric Security) we revisit phishing. With the holidays coming up, this is a prime time for con artists and scammers to attempt to fool and trick millions of … Continue reading OUCH! Newsletter is Out - Revisit Phishing


Drilling Down Into the FORCE Model of Highly Reliable Security Programs

Editor's Note: This Guest Blog series is by Lance Hayden, an expert in human security and the author of IT Security Metrics and People-Centric Security. In my previous two blog posts I described highly reliable security programs (HRSPs) and why they are successful, along with the Security FORCE Model that defines their characteristics. In this … Continue reading Drilling Down Into the FORCE Model of Highly Reliable Security Programs


Highly Reliable Security - The FORCE Model

Editor's Note: This Guest Blog series is by Lance Hayden, an expert in human security and author of IT Security Metricsand People Centric Security. In my previous post, I described a certain type of organization, one that is more reliable than a typical enterprise. These organizations usually operate in some more or less hostile and … Continue reading Highly Reliable Security - The FORCE Model


Introduction to Highly Reliable Security

Editor's Note: This Guest Blog series is by Lance Hayden, an expert in human security and author of IT Security Metrics and People Centric Security. Earlier this month, an email to a security mailing list caught my eye. The email mentioned a recent article in the Harvard Business Review about the human side of cybersecurity. … Continue reading Introduction to Highly Reliable Security