We gave you a sneak peek into the report in September, but the report is now complete and we have even more insights to share. Watch as we dive even deeper into this year’s Cybersecurity Attitudes and Behaviors Report and answer some key questions raised in the last webinar and from the report.
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InfoSec has a language of its own, so as the experts in our field, we must adapt to our audience. In this session, we look at security issues from the perspective of what stakeholders want (and need) to know, according to their roles and responsibilities, and how to get your message across so you are understood.
Learn how offering and promoting work experience opportunities can attract, engage, and educate the next generation of talent and fill your cybersecurity roles. Drawing from real-life case studies, we explore how we can all work to close the cybersecurity skills gap.
Despite the infosec landscape constantly changing and evolving, organisations still face many of the same issues today as they did 20 years ago. The time has come for disruptive change. But what does this look like? Watch SheLeadsTech and a panel of industry disruptors to find out.
How young is too young for cyber safety discussions? What about road safety? Both are important, but we can be more worried about discussing cybersecurity than crossing a road. We look at the benefits of embedding good security practice in tomorrow’s workforce early, and how this could help us address the skills gap.
Watch now for an exclusive sneak peek into key insights from the report’s findings – before its public release. One of the least understood areas of cyber resilience is that of security behaviours and attitudes. See how trends in core behaviours can help us tailor our security awareness efforts.
Modern slavery is all around us and covers a wide range of abuse. Anyone could be a victim, often without realising. We must all take steps to prevent modern slavery in our own organisations and our supply chains. Watch now to explore types and signs of modern slavery, legislation, and available resources.
After nearly 50 years working in the security sector, and running his own businesses for the past 25, SASIG’s Founder describes what it means to him to be a leader. Discover the qualities Martin respects in a leader and holds most dear, what he has learned from others, and what he has taught himself.