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Driving Cybersecurity Change – Establishing a Culture of Protect, Detect and Respond Highlights

  • Tuesday, April 07, 2020 at 10:30 AM EDT (2020-04-07 14:30:00 UTC)
  • Lance Spitzner

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  • Cisco Systems Inc.

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Overview

 

Cybersecurity is no longer just about technology it is ultimately about organizational change. Change in not only how people think about security but what they prioritize and how they act, from the Board of Directors on down. Organizational change is a field of management study that enables organizations to analyze, plan, and then improve their operations and structures by focusing on people and culture. This presentation is a highlights version of our SANS MGT521 course that will teach leaders how to leverage the principles of organizational change, enabling them to develop, maintain and measure a security driven culture.

Speaker Bio

Lance Spitzner

Lance Spitzner has over 20 years of security experience in cyber threat research, security architecture and awareness training and is a SANS Senior Instructor. He helped pioneer the fields of deception and cyber intelligence with his creation of honeynets and founding of The Honeynet Project. In addition, Lance has published three security books, consulted in over 25 countries, and helped over 350 organizations build awareness programs to manage their human risk. He is also on the Board of Advisors for Attivo Networks. Lance is the author and an instructor for MGT433: Managing Human Risk: Mature Security Awareness Programs, and MGT521: Leading Cybersecurity Change: Building A Security-Based Culture, and built the SANS Security Awareness business unit from the ground up over the past 10 years. With the catalyst of COVID-19, Lance created multiple resources for securing humans from home, from those working remotely for the first time or managing newly remote teams, to children learning and playing online. Read more about Lance here.

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