Security Awareness Blog

Guest Post - 17 Reasons for Healthcare Awareness Training

Editor: Today's guest blog post is from Kelli Tarala The Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR), recently fined Parkview Health System $800,000 for HIPAA privacy violations involving leaving seventeen boxes of non-electronic health records unsupervised at the end of physician's driveway. As a result of the settlement, the health … Continue reading Guest Post - 17 Reasons for Healthcare Awareness Training


Your New Security Awareness Planning Kit - Ver 2.0

One of the biggest challenges people face when building a high-impact security awareness program is where to start. Changing human behavior is hard, to do it right requires a lot of planning and coordination. To help build your program check out the "Security Awareness Planning Kit". This kit is a collection of templates, checklists, plans … Continue reading Your New Security Awareness Planning Kit - Ver 2.0


Guest Blog - Hosting a Mobile Device Clinic

Editor's Note:This month's guest blog post is from the team at HCSC (Health Care Service Corporation).I know of organizations that have hosted booth events where employees can bring their personal mobile devices to be reviewed and ask any security related questions they have. But I have never seen it taken to this level, I love … Continue reading Guest Blog - Hosting a Mobile Device Clinic


Security Awareness Summit - 10 Sep, Dallas TX

One of the challenges we are facing in the security awareness community is how do we take our program to the next level? Most organizations understand the need to move beyond just compliance and start changing behaviors. However how do we sustain that long term so we start changing culture? How do we build a … Continue reading Security Awareness Summit - 10 Sep, Dallas TX


This month's OUCH!

OUCH! is out. This month's newsletter is on how to securely dispose of your mobile device. Many people would be stunned at just how much personal data your mobile device collects. Not only does it have everything your computer would, but also information such as your phone conversations, voice messages, text messages, geo-location tracking, apps … Continue reading This month's OUCH!