Folks, as you may have noticed we have been adding a tremendous number of new resources to our Security Awareness Resources section on the Securing The Human Website. A new page we will be adding soon is on "Business Justification", providing you the resources you need to get management support AND funding for your … Continue reading Standards Requiring Security Awareness Training
We just released the June issue of OUCH!, SANS' free security awareness newsletter. This monthly newsletter has a dedicated editorial board, SANS Instructors as Subject Matter Experts and a community review board, so we like to think the content is rock solid. In addition, we now translate OUCH! into ten languages, with new languages being … Continue reading June Release of the OUCH! Security Awareness Newsletter
Justifying your awareness program can be a challenge, a challenge where you may need multiple methods to demonstrate your program's value. Earlier this week we discussed comparing the resources your organization invests in protecting a standard operating system to the resources it invests in securing the Human operating system (i.e. your employees). Here is a … Continue reading Business Justification #2 For Security Awareness
One of the biggest challenges we face in security awareness is justifying our awareness program. Awareness costs money and organizations want to see a return on their investment. Now it is no surprise this is a challenge, demonstrating ROI in any security discipline can be challenging. However it is especially true with human security as … Continue reading Business Justification For Security Awareness
I'm not religious when it comes to software, I simply like to use what works. I've gone through different stages, including using Windows, Solaris, Linux, OpenBSD (even OpenBSD on Sparc). Now I use a Mac, I love how it always just works and it is a power house when it comes to video editing. However … Continue reading Security Awareness For The Mac ...?