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White Paper: Making the Business Case for Security Awareness

Presenting a coherent argument is critical to making the business case for investing in a security awareness or privacy awareness program. This white paper will provide you with the tools and information you’ll need to make that case. We’ll address the most pressing data protection business drivers that will fuel your most compelling arguments. We will show you how… Read more »

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White Paper: Zero Information Loss: A Keystone Habit to Drive Business Success

What if an information security program could actually yield happier customers, inspired employees, and ultimately greater profits? That’s the promise of a little-known stratagem called the “keystone habit” – the application of a laser-focus to a single corporate goal. When applied to information security, it can drive improvements in processes across the entire organization. Find… Read more »

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White Paper: The Most Important KPI You’re Not Tracking

In this white paper, we interview with Drs. Larry Ponemon and Kenneth Knapp. Thanks to research conducted by the Ponemon Institute, breaches at over 300 organizations provided the insight to the average annualized cost of cybercrime.  Your company routinely measures and monitor your organization’s profit margins, debt to equity ratio, sales performance, inventory turnover, and other vital KPIs. But what about the… Read more »

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White Paper: 3 Steps to Awareness Success

A comprehensive guide to a winning security and privacy awareness training program The wall of technical protections you’ve built around your organization’s systems and data may be the best, but they won’t do a thing about the behaviors of your people, who can potentially defeat them all with a single, misguided click of the mouse…. Read more »

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White Paper: The 3 Keys to Unlocking GRC Training Success

Strategic roadmap for building a GRC Training Program in your Organization Achieving and maintaining compliance culture in an organization requires relevant GRC training, as well as ongoing reinforcement activities. Motivating and actualizing needed behavior changes starts with a dedicated plan. At the same time, however, compliance is about more than simply maintaining a defensive posture…. Read more »

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White Paper: 6 Steps to GRC Success

The threefold disciplines of governance, risk management, and compliance—GRC—represent a convergence of corporate responsibilities that bodes well organizations. Why? Because these formally disparate and siloed fields are finally coming together, especially as astute executives bring higher levels of oversight to them—from the board room to the individual employee. And in the process, organizations are becoming smarter, safer,… Read more »

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