Security Awareness Blog: Category - Security Awareness Communications

OUCH is out - What is Malware?

We are excited to announce the March issue of OUCH! This month, led by Guest Editor Lenny Zeltser, we focus on malware. Specifically what malware is and they key steps you can take to protect yourself against it (hint: its not just anti-virus software). We picked this topic as malware is such a common and … Continue reading OUCH is out - What is Malware?


OUCH is Out - Securing Your Home Network

We are excited to announce the February OUCH newsletter is out. Led by our fearless Guest Editor Cheryl Conley of Lockheed Martin, we cover how to secure your home network. Securing your home network used to be easy when you just had a computer or two, but now a days you have multiple devices, … Continue reading OUCH is Out - Securing Your Home Network


Drilling Down Into the FORCE Model of Highly Reliable Security Programs

Editor's Note: This Guest Blog series is by Lance Hayden, an expert in human security and the author of IT Security Metrics and People-Centric Security. In my previous two blog posts I described highly reliable security programs (HRSPs) and why they are successful, along with the Security FORCE Model that defines their characteristics. In this … Continue reading Drilling Down Into the FORCE Model of Highly Reliable Security Programs


Highly Reliable Security - The FORCE Model

Editor's Note: This Guest Blog series is by Lance Hayden, an expert in human security and author of IT Security Metricsand People Centric Security. In my previous post, I described a certain type of organization, one that is more reliable than a typical enterprise. These organizations usually operate in some more or less hostile and … Continue reading Highly Reliable Security - The FORCE Model


The WHO in Effective Awareness Training

Last month we kicked of a blog series on the 4 W's in building an effective awareness program. In the first post we explained that to effectively manage human risk organizations need to answer four key questions; WHY, WHO, WHAT and HOW. We then started with the first of those four questions, the WHY part. … Continue reading The WHO in Effective Awareness Training