Security Awareness Blog

#SecAwareSummit - Venue Confirmed and "Show-n-Tell" Session Added

We have two new exciting updates I wanted to share for the upcoming Security Awareness Summit (#SecAwareSummit) to be held 10 Sep in Dallas. First, the venue has now been confirmed, we will be holding the event at the Marriott. The reason for the delay was we wanted to be sure we had the best … Continue reading #SecAwareSummit - Venue Confirmed and "Show-n-Tell" Session Added


New Video of the Month - HIPAA / HITECH

Every other month we post a new security awareness video for the community. For July we posted a new video that covers the world of HealthCare. Specifically it explains what HIPAA, HITECH and PHI are, and why they apply to HealthCare. If your organization handles PHI, this is a great way to introduce your staff … Continue reading New Video of the Month - HIPAA / HITECH


Guest Post: Ramping Up Your Phishing Program - Security Awareness Summit

Editor's Note: This is a guest Blog Post from Cheryl Conley, head of Lockheed Martin's Security Education and Awareness team. Lockheed is one of the most targeted (and phished) organizations in the world. Below is a short description of her talk on "Ramping Up Your Phishing Program" at the Security Awareness Summit 10 Sep in … Continue reading Guest Post: Ramping Up Your Phishing Program - Security Awareness Summit


Guest Post - Enticing Employees to Self-Educate

Editors Note: This blog post is from Lori Rosenberg, part of the security awareness team at eBay. Here she covers her upcoming talk at the Security Awareness Summit (#SecAwareSummit) this 10 Sep in Dallas. The summit brings together awareness officers from around the world to share how they are taking their program to the next … Continue reading Guest Post - Enticing Employees to Self-Educate


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