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Choose Your Own Adventure game animates security awareness training

SC Magazine

Infosec’s Choose Your Own Adventure training game “Deep Space Danger” tests employees on their knowledge of social engineering. The employees at your organization are badly in need of security awareness training. Infosec’s Jack Koziol. What do you do? Engage them with gamified, interactive lessons.

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Assessing Third-Party InfoSec Risk Management

Security Boulevard

Information security (InfoSec) risk management with third parties, including outsourcing, requires persistence and consistency due to the primary business risk it presents. Third-party managers need to have insights into a variety of areas of information security, including.

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Ask Chloé: Where to Begin In InfoSec

Security Boulevard

This week, Chloé helps a newbie explore the world of InfoSec. Dear Chloé, I’ve been looking into cybersecurity, but don’t know where to even begin. The post Ask Chloé: Where to Begin In InfoSec appeared first on Security Boulevard. What are the first.

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Time suck: Security awareness pros are getting sidetracked from core functions

SC Magazine

Awareness programs are great for a number of reasons, but they do not take priority over the daily fire drills that most security teams face,” said Brian Johnson, chief security officer at Armorblox. Just under 40 percent of respondents said they spent only 10% of their time on security awareness.

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Ask Chloé: Hackers’ Rights and Women in Infosec

Security Boulevard

This week, Chloé explores hackers’ rights and the challenges women face in the male-dominated world of cybersecurity. The post Ask Chloé: Hackers’ Rights and Women in Infosec appeared first on Security Boulevard. Dear Chloé, I came across your talk on hacker rights. Since watching.

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61 percent of employees fail basic cybersecurity quiz

SC Magazine

Seen here, training underway through NIST’s National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers & Studies. Nearly 70 percent of employees polled in a new survey said they recently received cybersecurity training from their employers, yet 61 percent nevertheless failed when asked to take a basic quiz on the topic.(NIST).

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Infosec, CISA Partner to Provide Security Resources

Security Boulevard

Charlene O’Hanlon talks with Keatron Evans, principal security researcher at Infosec Institute, about their partnership with CISA that provides free cybersecurity resources, content, tools, training and other information. The post Infosec, CISA Partner to Provide Security Resources appeared first on Security Boulevard.

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