Security Awareness Blog: Category - Security Awareness Communications

The Hardest Part in Awareness - Deciding What NOT To Teach

There are many challenges to implementing an effective awareness program, challenges from gaining management support and effective communication to selecting your metrics and measuring your impact. However one of the biggest challenges I run into, and one that surprises most people, is deciding what topics or learning objectives NOT to cover. Think about it, you … Continue reading The Hardest Part in Awareness - Deciding What NOT To Teach


Guest Post - Selling Enthusiasm - #SecAwareSummit

Editor's Note: This is a guest Blog Post from Matt Beland, the Chief Security Officer at the law firm Davis Wright Tremaine LLP. Below is a description of his upcoming talk on "Selling Enthusiasm" at the Security Awareness Summit 10 Sep in Dallas. Everyone's familiar with the old saying - "There are three things … Continue reading Guest Post - Selling Enthusiasm - #SecAwareSummit


Guest Post - Awareness Through Gamification - #SecAwareSummit

Editor's Note: This is a guest Blog Post from Jonathan Homer, a member of Idaho National Laboratory Cyber Security Division and runs their SecAware team. Below is a description of his upcoming talk on "Awareness Through Gamification" at theSecurity Awareness Summit 10 Sep in Dallas. When developing training materials we strive to create clear, concise … Continue reading Guest Post - Awareness Through Gamification - #SecAwareSummit


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


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