Improve and mature your awareness program by managing the key human risks to your organization. Often the biggest challenge awareness professionals face is deciding what behaviors to teach. We can't overwhelm employees with an endless list of what to do and what not to do, they will simply be confused. In fact, the academic term for overwhelming people with too much information is called cognitive overload. In this short webcast we cover the top 5 human risks you most likely want to focus on, and the key behaviors that manage those risks.
As most of us have already read, Equifax was hacked. This is a BIG deal as highly sensitive information (that is also really hard to change) was compromised for over 140 million Americans. A lot of people in your organization probably have questions, such as how did this happen and what does it mean? What should I do to protect myself? We have answers. In this short webcast we will cover the latest facts of the incident and the key points you should communicate to your workforce, to include how they can protect themselves.
Cyber security has become one of the hottest topics in today's board rooms. However, many Board of Directors don't understand cyber security, and that is something they do not like and are not used to. Learn who makes up the typical Board member, what their priorities and concerns are, and how to communicate about cyber security to them. For Board members, learn the key concepts of cyber security and the top questions you should be asking your security officers.
Most of us are well aware of GDPR and how it takes effect in May, 2018. However, what do you need to be training your workforce on GDPR, what key behaviors or lessons learned do you need to be communicating? How can you ensure your awareness program, and ultimately your organization, is compliant with GDPR? Learn from one of Europe's leading privacy experts as he walks you through exactly what you need to know and do to prepare for GDPR.
One of the biggest challenges awareness officers struggle with is we have so little data to make decisions. The 3rd annual SANS Security Awareness Report changes that. With feedback from over 1,000 awareness professionals, we provide you data driven action items you can take to build, maintain and measure a high-impact program