Security Awareness Blog: Author - lspitzner

Poster from Ft. Meade Alliance on Need For Employee Cyber Training

The folks from the Ft. Meade Alliance have posted both an interesting blog post and infographic on the Defense Department's approach and need for employee cyber security training, and how that compares to the civilian world. Long story short, looks like the military folks may be ahead of the game compared to corporate world. You … Continue reading Poster from Ft. Meade Alliance on Need For Employee Cyber Training


OUCH! is out - Social Engineering

The November edition of OUCH! is out. For this month we focus on the fundamental concepts of Social Engineering. Time and time again we have found ourselves referencing Social Engineering in past editions of OUCH, so it was time to take a step back and explain exactly what Social Engineering is and how to detect … Continue reading OUCH! is out - Social Engineering


Guest Blog Post: Health Wearables

Editor's Note: This is a guest Blog Post from Kelli Tarala. This is the first in a series of blog posts from her about wearable devices and healthcare. Have you seen friends and coworkers wearing wrist bands with blinking lights and wondered what these bracelet-looking things are all about? They are part of the emerging … Continue reading Guest Blog Post: Health Wearables


Signing-Up For OUCH! Newsletter and Awareness Posters

As some of you already know, we provide a variety of community resources to help you with your security awareness programs. One of our most popular resources is the OUCH! security awareness newsletter.This free newsletter covers a new cyber security topic each month and is translated into 25 languages. Another popular resource is our … Continue reading Signing-Up For OUCH! Newsletter and Awareness Posters


Start With Simplest Behaviors First

A common challenge I run into when helping others build a security awareness program is trying to decide on what human risks to focus on. You only have so much time and resources to communicate to others, and people can only remember so much. If you can only change 10 behaviors this year, which 10 … Continue reading Start With Simplest Behaviors First