Security Awareness Blog: Category - Community Resources

OUCH is Out - Do's and Don'ts of Email

The Septemberedition of the OUCH! security awareness newsletter is out. We selected the topic The Do's and Don'ts of Email. Far too often peoplefocus on just cyber attackers, forgettingthat we can be our own worst enemy. In this edition we cover things that can bite us in email like auto-complete, Bcc or the dreaded … Continue reading OUCH is Out - Do's and Don'ts of Email


Awareness Summit Talk - John Scott on Three Key Skills

Editor's Note: Over the coming weeks we will post recaps of speakers' talks from the 3rd Annual Security Awareness Summit. Today John Scottfrom Bank of Englandshares details from histalk and experiences from the summit.If you missed the summit, consider the European Security Awareness Summit 11 November in London. Back in the dawn of time, … Continue reading Awareness Summit Talk - John Scott on Three Key Skills


Awareness Summit Talk - Dan Kern on Using Hacking Demos for Engagement

Editor's Note: Over the coming weeks we will post recaps of speakers' talks from the 3rd Annual Security Awareness Summit. Today Dan Kern shares details from histalk and experiences from the summit. I was truly honored to present at the 2016 SANS Security Awareness Summit on the topic of using hacking demos to awaken end … Continue reading Awareness Summit Talk - Dan Kern on Using Hacking Demos for Engagement


OUCH is Out - Ransomware

The August edition of the OUCH! security awareness newsletter is out. We selected thetopic Ransomware as ithas exploded as one of the most common types of malware used by cyber criminals today. Awareness, and not technology, is one of the best defenses people have against it.In addition, we are thrilled to have one of the … Continue reading OUCH is Out - Ransomware


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