Information Systems Security Association, Inland Empire Chapter

How to Make Security Awareness Work at Your Company

Presented by Daniel J Blander, CEO, InfoSecurityLab Inc. on Tuesday, May 25, 2010 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm.

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You have tried to convince management that Security Awareness is important but they do not seem to listen, and your budget is always being cut. How do you overcome these problems? Is Security Awareness important? What can you do to make your company Security Aware? This presentation will discuss different techniques and approaches to help you succeed in convincing management that Security Awareness should be an important part of your Information Security Management System. It will discuss ways to overcome the objections and hurdles you face in establishing your program. It will also teach you ways to make your Security Awareness program a success with your employees.


Daniel Blander is CEO of the security awareness firm InfoSecurityLab, Inc., and also heads the US and European consulting firms Techtonica, Inc, and Palsit d.o.o. He has over twenty years of experience building world-wide security organizations and information security management systems in the financial, technology, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, airline, entertainment, and telecommunications industries. He has developed unique programs for achieving compliance, governance, operational efficiency, and security awareness and brings a unique perspective from his international experience. Daniel's work resulted in his nomination in 2008 as Information Security Executive of the Year for the West by the Executive Alliance. He is a frequent lecturer around the world having recently returned from a series of lectures on Information Security and the PCI-DSS in Pakistan, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Greece and Slovenia.


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