David McClelland, Technology Reporter, Robert O'Brien - CEO MetaCompliance, Dana Mantilia - Cyber Security Expert
About this talk
There’s no denying it - cyber security is serious stuff. The problem is that many organisations believe that because of the dangers of cyber attacks, security awareness training must also be delivered in a serious manner. But this approach can cause fatigue among a workforce, hurting more than it helps – which is no laughing matter.
One of the best ways to educate staff and ensure key messaging is retained is by incorporating entertainment and humor into Security Awareness Training. This allows organisations to break down barriers, open conversations, make emotional connections, and win hearts and minds.
Our upcoming webcast, ‘Security Awareness Training: Why So Serious?’, explores how humour can be used as an effective tool for communication, education, and employee engagement.
This 30min webinar will discuss:
• The natural aversion to cyber security training among users
• Making training ‘click’ before employee burnout
• Cybercriminals have no boundaries, and neither should security awareness training
• Taking risks to create security awareness training which users will remember
• Dealing with negative user responses to content
MetaCompliance is a cyber security and compliance organisation that helps transform your company culture and safeguard your data and values. We create state-of-the art eLearning, GDPR, policy management, incident management and phishing solutions that our clients trust to help them create a better relationship with employees and regulators.…