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Is Security Awareness a Waste of Time?

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The continued growth of successful spear phishing attacks against high-profile targets such as The White House has security experts debating whether security awareness efforts are a waste of time.

But people are at the heart of any organization's security posture: reliance on technology alone to combat a threat that targets humans is a recipe for disaster. 

In this webinar we will look at the human side of infosecurity threats, look at how to create enterprise-wide security awareness programs, and discuss how changing behavior can work alongside technology to protect the organization and its data.

 

Speakers

Rohyt Belani

CEO, PhishMe Inc

    Steven Furnell

    Professor of IT Security, Plymouth University

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

        Kai Roer

        Founder and CEO of CLTRe

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