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Annual Security Training – Phase 3: Deliver

Are you looking to create the best security training environment for your organization?

This is a recurring need across all organizations that we will guide you through in this series, “Annual Security Training – Design, Develop, and Deliver”.

If you’re wondering why you should focus resources on developing security training programs, or missed the first part of the series, go ahead and […]

Annual Security Training – Phase 2: Develop

Winning the time to effectively communicate to your organization.

Are you looking for insight into the best method of establishing a security training environment within your organization? This is a recurring need across all organizations and one which we will guide you through in this series, titled “Annual Security Training – Design, Develop, and Deliver”.

If you’re wondering […]

By |2020-03-23T12:35:41+00:00March 9th, 2020|IT Audit & Compliance|0 Comments

What We Learned About Each Other While Running 100 Miles Together

Every year our team runs a 100-mile relay race through North Georgia (for charity). Along the way, we learn a lot about ourselves and a lot about each other.

Back in October, I wrote a blog post about why our team does hard stuff together. I wrote that post because our team has a standing tradition of doing things like over-night […]

By |2020-01-23T19:21:47+00:00December 30th, 2019|Culture, News and Events|0 Comments

Takeaways from SANS SEC560- Ethical Hacking and Pen Testing

This past week I completed the SANS SEC560 – Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking course at the SANS Cyber Defense Initiative in Washington DC. With the experience fresh on my mind, I wanted to share my impressions with others considering SANS training.

A Quick Overview of the SANS 560 Class Experience

Curriculum Overview

SANS SEC560 […]

By |2020-01-17T21:49:37+00:00December 26th, 2017|Cyber Risk Management, IT Audit & Compliance|4 Comments

Free Information Security Training Materials (Exam and Acknowledgment Forms Included)

A recent study by Symantec revealed that “together human errors and system problems account for 64 percent of data breaches”. This further reinforces the point I made in my last post that it is vital that companies train their employees.

To help drive that point home we have created a free information security training […]