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I Heart Security: Developing Enterprise Security Programs for Millennials

Open-minded, collaborative, and engaged, Millennials embrace values that can be effectively directed to reduce risk across an organization. While some may view the Millennial spirit as a security liability, with the right support, their views and priorities can actually help cultivate a stronger security mindset within their teams.

In this talk, MJ Kelly explores how to develop security programs that resonate with Millennials. She presents practical approaches that incorporate deeply held priorities of the new generation, while ensuring that experienced team members remain included and engaged. Strategies include determining appropriate incentives, varying motivational focus, and testing new tactics such as gamification and novel information distribution channels to foster a strong security culture throughout the entire organization.
Recorded Jan 19 2017 38 mins
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