Security Awareness Blog: Category - Events

Transforming Your Security Culture - Lab at RSA

I'm excited to announce Dr. Lance Hayden (author of People Centric Security) and I are leading a two hour lab at RSA conference titled Transforming Your Security Culture. This learning lab will link security culture and performance, with "hands on" exercises to teach attendees to measure, manage and transform their own security cultures. Through interactive … Continue reading Transforming Your Security Culture - Lab at RSA


US Security Awareness Summit - Call for Presentations

Folks, planning has begun for the 3rd annual US Security Awareness Summit to be held 03/04 August in San Francisco. This is THE event to network and learn from your peers on how to take your security awareness program to the next level. Due to demand, this year's summit has been expanded to two days, … Continue reading US Security Awareness Summit - Call for Presentations


SANS Securing The Human Named Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant

We are honored and thrilled to announce that SANS Securing The Human has been named by Gartner, Inc. as a Leader in the 2015 Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training. In addition to being recognized for completeness of vision, we were ranked above all other organizations in our ability to execute. With over 1,000 … Continue reading SANS Securing The Human Named Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant


Security Awareness Survey

We are very excited to announce the annual Security Awareness Survey. Once a year, every year, we take a snapshot of the global security awareness community and create a report that you can use to benchmark and improve your security awareness program (download the latest report here). If you are involved in or help run … Continue reading Security Awareness Survey


The WHAT 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 WHY part and then continued onto the WHO … Continue reading The WHAT in Effective Awareness Training