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    • User Anti-Phishing Training: How to Build a Successful Program
      User Anti-Phishing Training: How to Build a Successful Program Diana Garcia, Customer Onboarding and Training Manager, PhishMe Recorded: Sep 30 2015 5:00 pm UTC 47 mins
    • As spear phishing continues to be one of the top security threats, enterprises have looked to user training programs to bolster their defenses. One of the main challenges security awareness professionals face is implementing a phishing training program which shows continuous improvement and value to their organization. How do you start and build upon a training program to showcase continuous success?

      The key to implementing an effective program is to focus on the biggest threats and leverage behavioral metrics to drive your program. During this webinar, Diana Garcia, Manager, Customer Onboarding and Training, will cover:

      -How do you implement a phishing awareness program and run it continuously?
      -What are the key elements of a successful program and what does it look like?
      -How do you show the value this program and your trained users add to the security organization?

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    • Best Practices and Future Direction of Security Awareness Training
      Best Practices and Future Direction of Security Awareness Training Perry Carpenter, Chief Evangelist and Strategy Officer at KnowBe4 Recorded: Jun 26 2017 6:00 pm UTC 50 mins
    • While reported numbers fluctuate from industry study to industry study, they all agree on one thing: cybercriminals are successfully and consistently exploiting human nature to accomplish their goals. Prudent security leaders know that security awareness and training is key to strengthening their ‘human firewall’ – but they often don’t know where to start.

      Join security awareness expert Perry Carpenter, Chief Evangelist and Strategy Officer at KnowBe4 and former Gartner Research Analyst for this live webinar “Best Practices and Future Direction of Security Awareness Training”. We will discuss emerging industry trends and provide the actionable information you need to train your last line of defense, your employees.

      Perry will cover these topics:

      - Practical security awareness and behavior management tips
      - Outline how and where tools are helpful
      - Discuss emerging industry trends
      - How to create a “human firewall”

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    • The Future Qualified Employee: Developing a Hands-On Security Training Program
      The Future Qualified Employee: Developing a Hands-On Security Training Program Ryan Corey, Cybrary Co-Founder Recorded: Apr 18 2017 5:00 pm UTC 33 mins
    • The enterprise landscape is constantly changing. Business leaders need employees who can remain up-to-date with the current technologies and continually develop their practical security skills. But what does the future qualified employee really look like? And is this a realistic expectation for companies?
      55% of employers believe hands-on experience is the most important factor for qualified employees.
      Getting employees training in a cost-effective way and validating their training is part of the problem. That changes now.
      Join Cybrary Co- Founder Ryan Corey as he provides some insight into the future of security training and demonstrates the capabilities of Cybrary’s New Enterprise Training Management and Skill Assessment platform, Teams.
      In this 30-minute interactive webinar, you’ll learn:
      •The training challenges faced by security teams
      •How Cybrary Teams can address these challenges and the capabilities of the platform
      •Why a hands-on, personalized learning approach is the solution
      •How to develop a hands-on training program for your organization
      •How to utilize training assessments to ensure team members are meeting your organization's requirements
      Attend to receive a Teams discount code and free Cybrary t-shirt.

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    • The Evolution of Corporate Training: Defining the Future of Language Learning
      The Evolution of Corporate Training: Defining the Future of Language Learning Jack Marmorstein and Dan Conroy, Rosetta Stone Recorded: Oct 10 2017 3:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • When you evaluate your language training needs, do you find that your employees don’t all need the same training?

      Join us for a webinar, The Evolution of Corporate Training: Defining the Future of Language Learning. We will discuss how corporate training has shifted to a technology driven initiative in order to meet the diverse needs of a global workforce.

      You’ll learn:
      •How organizations are taking language learning online to reap the benefits of increased employee retention and reduced costs
      •How to consolidate disjointed cost centers and informal programs to gain visibility into your workforce and report ROI
      •How to leverage analytics to meet the unique language learning needs of your employees
      •Stories from real organizations who have made the shift to technology-driven language learning and their successes

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    • Future-Proofing Your Organization
      Future-Proofing Your Organization Jason O'Neill, Head Global Training Services; Paula Bruskiewitz, Director of Organizational Transformation, Kepner-Tregoe Upcoming: Nov 9 2017 4:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    • How Learning & Development, HR and Training functions
      can prepare employees for The Future of Work

      Businesses will soon experience productivity decline from a workforce unprepared and unable to provide the competitive advantage needed to survive in the modern environment. What we can predict is that change will be a constant and will include many technological advancements.

      Developing the right employee skills is key to being prepared. The World Economic Forum predicts that Complex Problem Solving, Critical Thinking and Decision Making are key skills needed to succeed in 2020 and beyond

      In this webinar, Jason O’Neill will discuss how Learning & Development (L&D), Human Resources (HR) and Training functions will have a pivotal role in leading this effort – by guiding employees to the tools, techniques, and resources to help them navigate change – and by taking an active role in preparing their organization for the future of work.

      Major topics include
      . The major transformational changes forecasted for 2020 and beyond
      . The employee skills that chief human resources officers have identified as
      necessary to thrive in the near-term business environment
      . The role of HR, L&D and Training functions can play

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    • The Case for Security Awareness Training
      The Case for Security Awareness Training Stu Sjouwerman, Founder and CEO of KnowBe4 Recorded: Nov 8 2016 5:15 pm UTC 30 mins
    • Ask a security expert what the most vulnerable cog in the security wheel is and they will tell you it is the user. A company with the most detailed policies and procedures and best-in-class security hardware and software is still vulnerable if a user decides to take an action potentially compromises data, such as copying a confidential file to a thumb drive to work on it at home, opening a spearphishing email and clicking on the attachment, or deciding to check out their favorite YouTube channel from a workstation attached to the corporate network.

      This 20/20 webcast looks at necessity for on-going security awareness training, how it can be incorporated into the workday, and the kinds of user activities that can be changed through such training.

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    • Training and Talent Development Best Practices
      Training and Talent Development Best Practices John Kruper and Robin Peloquin Recorded: May 31 2017 5:45 pm UTC 4 mins
    • SYKES Chief Learning Officer John Kruper and SYKES Executive Director of Learning Services in North America Robin Peloquin talk about the learning environments, technology, and training materials that SYKES builds, reflecting a belief in applying and learning by doing. Employees in training learn from their mistakes and try again. Classrooms are collaborative and social. Tables are arranged so trainees can work together and collaborate — role-playing, trying, playing, and learning along the way. The classrooms come alive in the content, setup, and overall instruction. Employees get the opportunity to apply what they are learning right away. Data shows employees retain more knowledge as engagement continues, and that’s why SYKES continues to strive for engaged learning.

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    • Learn: SANS CyberTalent Women's Immersion Academy (Cybersecurity Training)
      Learn: SANS CyberTalent Women's Immersion Academy (Cybersecurity Training) Sonny Sandelius, SANS CyberTalent Division Recorded: Mar 27 2017 9:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    • Join the SANS Institute and WSC for an insightful presentation about the SANS CyberTalent Women’s Immersion Academy. This academy is designed to help qualified women receive training and certifications to quickly and effectively launch careers in cybersecurity. The Immersion Academy is an intensive, accelerated program designed for completion in six to eight months, depending upon program selected. The program is at NO COST to the selected women who attend and includes training and certification.

      Applications are due by April 5th, 2017.

      Come listen to learn:
      • What the selection process includes and important application tips
      • Understand what kind of training is provided (length and format)
      • Hear from a recent graduate who will share her experience
      • How this training academy and related certifications can help your career

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    • Free CISSP Training Class
      Free CISSP Training Class Cyber Management Alliance Recorded: Jun 23 2016 11:05 am UTC 98 mins
    • Free to view CISSP Identity and Access Management training. Learn from our CISSP expert trainer and practitioner, watch how he breaks everything down into easy to understand sections. This video covers

      Identity and Access Management (Controlling Access and Managing Identity)
      Physical and logical assets control
      Identification and authentication of people and devices
      Identity as a service (e.g. cloud identity)
      Third-party identity services (e.g. on-premise)
      Access control attacks
      Identity and access provisioning lifecycle (e.g. provisioning review)
      The CISSP candidate must have at least 5 years of paid full-time experience in 2 or more of the above (ISC)² CISSP CBK® domains to be recognised as a full CISSP. Those candidates with less than 5 years experience will be able to become CISSP Associates upon passing the exam. Candidates may receive a one year experience waiver with a 4-year college degree, or regional equivalent or additional credential from the (ISC)² approved list, thus requiring four years of direct full-time professional security work experience.

      What if I don't have the required experience?
      If you don't have the experience you can become an Associate of (ISC)² by successfully passing the CISSP exam. You'll then have 6 years to earn your experience to become a CISSP.

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