Security Awareness Blog: Author - lspitzner

New Video of the Month - HIPAA / HITECH

Every other month we post a new security awareness video for the community. For July we posted a new video that covers the world of HealthCare. Specifically it explains what HIPAA, HITECH and PHI are, and why they apply to HealthCare. If your organization handles PHI, this is a great way to introduce your staff … Continue reading New Video of the Month - HIPAA / HITECH


Guest Post: Ramping Up Your Phishing Program - Security Awareness Summit

Editor's Note: This is a guest Blog Post from Cheryl Conley, head of Lockheed Martin's Security Education and Awareness team. Lockheed is one of the most targeted (and phished) organizations in the world. Below is a short description of her talk on "Ramping Up Your Phishing Program" at the Security Awareness Summit 10 Sep in … Continue reading Guest Post: Ramping Up Your Phishing Program - Security Awareness Summit


Guest Post - Enticing Employees to Self-Educate

Editors Note: This blog post is from Lori Rosenberg, part of the security awareness team at eBay. Here she covers her upcoming talk at the Security Awareness Summit (#SecAwareSummit) this 10 Sep in Dallas. The summit brings together awareness officers from around the world to share how they are taking their program to the next … Continue reading Guest Post - Enticing Employees to Self-Educate


Guest Post - 17 Reasons for Healthcare Awareness Training

Editor: Today's guest blog post is from Kelli Tarala The Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR), recently fined Parkview Health System $800,000 for HIPAA privacy violations involving leaving seventeen boxes of non-electronic health records unsupervised at the end of physician's driveway. As a result of the settlement, the health … Continue reading Guest Post - 17 Reasons for Healthcare Awareness Training


Your New Security Awareness Planning Kit - Ver 2.0

One of the biggest challenges people face when building a high-impact security awareness program is where to start. Changing human behavior is hard, to do it right requires a lot of planning and coordination. To help build your program check out the "Security Awareness Planning Kit". This kit is a collection of templates, checklists, plans … Continue reading Your New Security Awareness Planning Kit - Ver 2.0