Security Awareness Blog: Category - Security Awareness Communications

Awareness Officers - What to Communicate About the Equifax Hack

Editor's NOTE: Updated 14 September to include links AND phone number to all 4 agencies for a credit freeze. People are reporting better luck with the phone. As most of you have read by now, Equifax was hacked.Equifax is one of four credit rating services, called Credit Bureaus (the other three are Experian, Trans Union … Continue reading Awareness Officers - What to Communicate About the Equifax Hack


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