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Creating a Cybersecurity Culture

For the last 2 decades, technology security was delegated to the IT team. It was role specific and designated for one small subsection of the IT team. That mentality and way of thinking must change.

A paradigm shift is required for the whole organization. Every part of the organization contributes to the success or failure of the organization. Creating a security culture is not a one-time event, it is a new way of talking and acting.

Join this webinar with Heather Stratford, CEO of Stronger.tech to:
- Understand the steps that need to happen to create this culture
- See where your organization is on the scale of creating a Strong Security Culture
- Learn why creating a security-minded culture is an essential part of the "new" requirements for a CIO.
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