10 Proven Security Awareness Tips to Implement Now - April & May

A new study from Osterman Research shows while most companies have a security training and awareness program, the majority of teams running those programs have very low confidence in their effectiveness. In fact, just 45% of security professionals believe their users can recognize phishing attempts, largely because they feel their training is inadequate. Is your training program as effective as you’d like it to be?

Join Michael Osterman, President and Analyst at Osterman Research, to learn how to:

  • Increase training participation and long-term awareness goals
  • Customize training content and frequency to better engage employees
  • Drive lasting behavioral and cultural changes

April 24th
1:00pm -2:00pm EDT
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25th April
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7th May 2019
11:00am – 12:00pm AEST & 9:00am – 10:00am SGP
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