Security Awareness Blog: Category - Security Awareness Planning

Establishing Phishing Assessment Programs

In the past I've posted about the tremendous value of phishing assessments, both as a tool to measure the impact of your awareness program and as a tool to reinforce key behaviors. While sending out a single phishing email is relatively simple, establishing a long-term phishing assessment program is difficult, it takes a great deal … Continue reading Establishing Phishing Assessment Programs


Security Awareness Sticker Challenge - Results Coming

Folks, two weeks ago we announced the Security Awareness Sticker challenge. In this challenge we asked who can come up the most creative ideas for engaging awareness stickers that help promote behavior change. We received over thirty submissions from eleven people. On Friday, 22 June we will announce the winners of the challenge. In addition … Continue reading Security Awareness Sticker Challenge - Results Coming


Security Awareness Maturity Model - Metrics

In this series of posts we have been discussing the different maturity levels of security awareness training. We started discussing the first two levels, having no awareness program and having a compliance focused awareness program, designed to meet only the minimal requirements. Then we covered promoting awareness and change and long term sustainment. Today we … Continue reading Security Awareness Maturity Model - Metrics


Security Awareness Sticker Contest

Stickers can be a fun, creative and cost effective way to reinforce key security awareness learning objectives. As I have mentioned in the past, one of my favorite is Facebook's Darth Vader sticker. To help promote the idea of security awareness stickers we are kicking off the "Security Awareness Sticker Challenge". We are challenging you, … Continue reading Security Awareness Sticker Contest


Security Awareness Maturity Model - Long Term Sustainment

In this series of posts we have been discussing the different maturity levels of security awareness training. We started discussingthe first two levels, having no awareness program and having a compliance focused awareness program, designed to meet only the minimal requirements. Then we covered promoting awareness and change. Today we will cover the next level … Continue reading Security Awareness Maturity Model - Long Term Sustainment