Security Awareness Blog

Why Bruce is Wrong About "Fixing" the User

Recently Bruce Schneier posted a blog titled "Security Design: Stop Trying to Fix the User". As usual, Bruce raises some interesting points that are well thought out. What is unusual in this case is I strongly disagree with him. I've known and respected Bruce for over 15 years now (he was one of … Continue reading Why Bruce is Wrong About "Fixing" the User


Less is More: How to Optimize Your Security Awareness Training

It's Thursday and Sue, a 15 year company veteran, sits down to take yet another mandatory training program before the Friday deadline. She's calculated that over the course of her career she has completed hundreds of hours of training. Even though she wants to do the right thing and make the company more secure, her … Continue reading Less is More: How to Optimize Your Security Awareness Training


Week 02 #NCSAM: Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity in the Workplace

Editor's Note: National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) is coming up and we are enablingorganizations to make this most of October. Every Monday, we will be posting a new blog on how to make the most of NCSAM and the NCSAM Planning Kit. The planning kit is everything you need for a successful October, to … Continue reading Week 02 #NCSAM: Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity in the Workplace


The Psychology of Information Security Culture - At The European #SecAwareSummit

Editor's Note:Leron Zinatullinisauthor of The Psychology of Information Security.Heis one of the speakers for the upcoming European Security Awareness Summit in London 11 Nov. Below hediscusses histalk on positive ways to get your employees on board with information security. In order to reduce security risks within an enterprise, security professionals have traditionally attempted to guide … Continue reading The Psychology of Information Security Culture - At The European #SecAwareSummit


OUCH is Out - Four Steps to Staying Secure

The Octoberedition of the OUCH! security awareness newsletter is out. For October we focus onthe Four Steps to Staying Secure. Far too often people are overwhelmed on what they should or should not do to protect themselves online. We decided to focus on these four key behaviors as they simplify security, manage the most human … Continue reading OUCH is Out - Four Steps to Staying Secure