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WEBINAR – Creating the Business Case for Security Culture

Date & Time: 28/09/2017 11:00 am - 12:00 pm


WEBINAR – “Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast” – Creating the business case for security culture

For security & IT professionals in large and small companies, it’s a constant challenge to ‘sell’ security culture to the board/boss or c-suite.  Every year at about this time, security professionals spend time writing a convincing business case for the development of security culture as a long-term solution to the vulnerability presented by ‘the human factor’. The need to convince senior executives becomes ever more pressing as hackers consistently provide the evidence that training, tech and policy aren’t enough.

The main problem they face is that boards tend to favour short term wins over long term strategies, which leads to ongoing expenditure for ‘solutions’ doomed to failure. To date businesses have depended on annual security awareness courses, computer training modules, policy emailed out to employees, and maybe the odd training video, but we know these solutions have no long-term effect because employees continue to make the same mistakes.

We’re being told by security professionals that what is needed is a clear and concise guide to creating a compelling security culture change business case, with a higher than average chance of being seriously considered by the board. We’re hearing that the industry now accepts that the benefits of implementing security culture change far outweigh any alternatives for tackling the ‘human factor’, but there’s a need for clear messaging, great success stories, and a cast iron rationale to get buy-in.

Building the case for security culture is something more and more businesses are starting to tackle. Join this webinar to find out how to:

  • Make your argument clearly for senior management.
  • Demonstrate the cast iron rationale for developing a strong security culture.
  • Switch on your human firewall.
  • Set cultural goals and measure progress.

 

Making the Business Case Webinar Register here:  http://bit.ly/2xhIC1V