On May 23, we announced the availability of a new security awareness training module that will help global organizations prepare their end users for compliance with a looming standard: the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).Read More »
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As more and more industries add security awareness and training to their list of compliance-related initiatives, more and more infosec teams (as well as corporate education groups and and governance, risk management, and compliance [GRC] officers) will find themselves tasked with delivering cybersecurity education to their employees. In fact, given today’s climate, it’s likely — mandated or not — that you have already implemented some type of program.
Whether it’s on the horizon or front and center, ask yourself this: How do your end users feel about security awareness and training?Read More »
Whether you’re for it or against it, a believer or a scoffer, compliance-driven security awareness training initiatives are a reality that must be reckoned with. Not only are they not going anywhere, they are actually likely to multiply given emergence of additional cyber security–based regulations and some U.S. legislators eyeing global cyber laws.Read More »
Last week, I had the good fortune to be able to attend two CIO and CISO summits that brought together local security professionals and several hand-selected security vendors. I was able to sit in on several presentations and speak with a number of executives, and it was insightful and illuminating to be able to hear firsthand about the issues and the goals that drive these professionals and their employees.Read More »
Don't let your company be the next on the list of companies with data breaches. In a poll by Creditcards.com, it was revealed that 45% of cardholders would "definitely not" or "probably not" return to stores hit by major data breaches. This is a major concern for businesses that simply can't be ignored.Read More »