Editor's Note:David Rimmeris the European security lead for Equifax. David will be talking about the importance of role modelling, Data Guardians and his love of security analogies in his lightning talk - "lessons I learned from my dog" - at the SANS European Security Awareness Summit.Below he discusses the aims of his security programme, on … Continue reading Population Immunity - At the European #SecAwareSummit
Editor's Note: National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) is coming up and we are enablingorganizations to make this most of October. Every Monday, for the next six weeks, we will be posting a new blog on how to make the most of NCSAM and the NCSAM Planning Kit. The planning kit is everything you need … Continue reading Week00 - Preparing for #NCSAM
Editor's Note:Chris Boydis a lead Malware Researcher for Malwarebytes. Heis one of the speakers for the upcoming European Security Awareness Summit in London 11 Nov. Below hediscusses histalk on CEO Fraud. There's a lot you can do in 10 minutes. Listen to 3 pop songs. Read a 2,000 word short story. Buy something cool online. … Continue reading Combating CEO Fraud - At the European #SecAwareSummit
Editor's Note:Martine van de Merweis asecurity awareness trainer in healthcare / IT auditor, and is the founder ofPrivacyLab. She is one of the speakers for the upcoming European Security Awareness Summit in London 11 Nov. Below she discusses her talk on accelerated learning. How often does this happen to you? You're about to attend … Continue reading Accelerated Learning - At the European #SecAwareSummit
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?