Security Awareness Blog: Category - Security Awareness Communications

Get Your Security Awareness Budget With This Presentation

A common challenge many of us face in establishing a high-impact security awareness program is getting stakeholder support. Without champions in key positions it is very difficult to get budget, resources or organizational buy-in. As such, often the first step in any awareness program is having to first sell awareness in business terms. We already … Continue reading Get Your Security Awareness Budget With This Presentation


Want Organizational Buy-in? Get People Talking

[Editor's Note: This blog is from Janet Roberts at Progressive Insurance and is part of a new series where we get insight from other security awareness professionals. Every organization and their security awareness program is different. As such, every organization has a different story to tell and different lessons learned to share. This is one … Continue reading Want Organizational Buy-in? Get People Talking


Guest Post - Syncing Up with Internal Communications

[Editor's Note: This blog is from Janet Roberts at Progressive Insurance and is part of a new series where we get insight from other security awareness professionals. Every organization and their security awareness program is different. As such, every organization has a different story to tell and different lessons learned to share. This is one … Continue reading Guest Post - Syncing Up with Internal Communications


Meetings In A Box

One of the things I love about teaching MGT 433, SANS two day course on building high-impact awareness programs, is the interaction with the students and how we all learn something new, including me. Just recently two students at SANSFire brought up a great idea for awareness programs, Meeting In A Box. While I'm sure … Continue reading Meetings In A Box


Security Awareness Roadmap - DRAFT

Several weeks ago I posted about the the Security Awareness Maturity Model. This consensus project was driven by a need for organizations to be able to easily identify how mature their awareness program was, and where they needed to take it. Over twenty organizations help develop the maturity model. Now we have taken the … Continue reading Security Awareness Roadmap - DRAFT