Hend Ezzeddine, Director of Cyber Security for Expressworks, will be speaking at the OPI Global Forum. It isn't too late to register.Date: 13 November 2016 - 15 November 2016 Location: Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile, Chicago, IL 60611, United States
Hacker attacks in the healthcare sector so far this year generally have targeted smaller organizations and affected fewer individuals, in contrast with last
Direct Link: http://traffic.libsyn.com/brakeingsecurity/2016-015-Dr._Hend_Ezzeddine_and_finding_security_training_that_works.mp3 iTunes Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/2016-015-dr.-hend-ezzeddine/id799131292?i=366936677&mt=2 Dr. Ezzeddine's slides from Bsides Austin (referenced during the interview): https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-qfQ-gWynwiQnBXMnJVeko4M25pdk1Sa0JnMGJrZmltWlRr/view?usp=sharing You open the flash animation, click click click, answer 10 security questions that your 5 year old could answer, get your certificate of completion... congratulations, you checked the compliance box... But what did you learn in that training? If you can't remember the next day, maybe it's because the training failed to resonate with you? Have you ever heard red team #pentester say that the weakest link in any business is not the applications, or the hardware, but the people? If they can't find a vulnerability, the last vulnerability is the people. One email with a poisoned .docx, and you have a shell into a system... Targeted trainings, and the use of certain styles of #training (presentations, in-person, hand puppets, etc) can be more effective for certain groups. Also, certain groups should have training based on the threat they might be susceptible to... Dr. Hend #Ezzeddine came by this week to discuss how she helps #organizations get people to understand security topics and concepts, to create a positive security culture. Maybe even a culture that will not click on that attachment...
Dr. Hend Ezzeddinne, Cyber Security Practice Director for Expressworks, gave this talk at Austin Bsides conference in March. Folks there were quick to acknowle…
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