Posts Tagged ‘security awareness training’

 

About Half of All Breaches are Caused by a Contractor or Service Provider

In our experience of auditing after breaches have happened, about half were caused by a service provider working for the company that gets breached. Continue reading ‘About Half of All Breaches are Caused by a Contractor or Service Provider’


Know About this IT Networking Strategy Change

Executives – There is a new strategy to consider moving toward that can save you money, increase security, speed up your networks and help you get ahead of your competition. What should you do about your Cisco stocks? Even the WSJ is talking about… Continue reading ‘Know About this IT Networking Strategy Change’


What to Do About Your Passwords

You probably heard that a group of hackers has collected more than a billion passwords – so far. The best password strategies: Continue reading ‘What to Do About Your Passwords’


New Big Screen iPhone

The iPhone 6 will have options for both the normal screen size as well as a new, larger, 5.5 inch screen. It is doubtful that they will be shipping for months, and Apple hasn’t made an official announcement – but one might come as early as today. Continue reading ‘New Big Screen iPhone’


What is a qualified presenter?

If you decide to have a live presentation, such as for Security Awareness Training, how do you identify a qualified presenter?
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Are live presentations best for Security Awareness Training?

My last post covered Security Awareness Training via videos and/or internet. What about using a live presenter?
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Is video best for Security Awareness Training?

So you realize you need to require Security Awareness Training for everyone in your organization in order to help increase your IT security. What is the best way to deliver that training? Live training? Computer based learning? Videos?
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Make Security Awareness Training mandatory

These days one of the best defenses against criminal IT hacks is to have users who are “on the lookout” for malicious temptations. For example, anytime a user receives an e-mail message that indicates some kind of urgency.
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