Security Awareness for IT Users – InfoSec Institute
InfoSec Institute is consistently rated as one of the top providers for Security Awareness Program training for users of IT systems. With a systematic approach, multiple delivery formats (instructor-led, CBT/WBT, SCORM formatted modules), and access to industry recognized subject matter experts, InfoSec Institute has what it takes to raise critical security awareness issues in a thought provoking manner for your organization.
Security Awareness for IT Professionals – InfoSec Institute
InfoSec Institute provides a deeper level of security awareness training for technical audiences, honing in on the specific issues that individual IT Professionals need to know in order to secure their infrastructure.
Security Awareness for Software Developers (.NET, Java, C/C++) – InfoSec Institute
Software developers are increasingly under task to develop more secure applications. Without the requisite knowledge, it is an insurmountable task. InfoSec Institute bridges the gap between poorly designed and executed code and secure code with the internationally recognized Security Awareness for Software Developers line of courses.
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NIST 800-50: Security Awareness and Training Program
This NIST publication provides detailed guidance on designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining an awareness and training program within an agency’s IT security program.
ENISA: A Users� Guide: How to Raise Information Security Awareness
This document illustrates the main processes necessary to plan, org anise and run information security awareness program raising initiatives: plan & assess, execute & manage, evaluate & adjust. Each process is analyses and time-related actions and dependencies are identified. The process modeling presented provides a basis for “kick-starting” the scoping and planning activities as well as the execution and assessment of any security awareness program. The Guide aims to deliver a consistent and robust understanding of major processes and activities amoung users.
NIST 800-16: Information Technology Security Training Requirements (188 pages)
The overall goal for use of this document is to facilitate the development or strengthening of a comprehensive, measurable, cost-effective IT security awareness program which supports the missions of the organization and is administered as an integral element of sound IT management and planning. Protecting the value of an organization�s information assets demands no less. This approach allows senior officials to understand where, in what way, and to what extent IT-related job responsibilities include IT security responsibilities, permitting the most cost-effective allocation of limited IT security training resources.
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Building a Security Awareness Program – CyberGuard
Hackers, worms and viruses grab the headlines, but the real threat often comes not from outside the organization but within. Social engineering and unhappy employees pose very real risks to network security. How do you address the problem? This article offers a practical approach to setting up an effective security awareness program that gets everyone in the organization on board.
Awareness Tips for All Personnel – Gideon T. Rasmussen
Security tips are a key component to any awareness program. They should advise of best practices and reinforce policy.These tips are written with the average person as the intended audience. The site randomly displays information security tips. Companies can use it internally to educate their user community. The site and script are free to download.
Security Awareness Tips by Role – IT Governance Institute
ITGI offers a security baseline for enterprises and security survival kits for a variety of computer users.
Security Awareness Toolbox – The Information Warfare Site
The Security Awareness Toolbox contains many useful documents and links. The Main Documents section was contributed by Melissa Guenther. The Toolbox is a rich source of awareness material.
University of Arizona Security Awareness Page
The UA security awareness site contains awareness presentations, videos and posters. It’s a good site to explore.
NoticeBored offers a free awareness newsletter covering a different information security topic each month. The newsletter provides an introduction to the monthly topic, describes the information security risks and outlines the remaining security awareness materials delivered to NoticeBored customers.
IIA Tone at the Top Awareness Newsletter
Mission: To provide executive management, boards of directors, and audit committees with concise, leading-edge information on such issues as risk, internal control, governance, ethics, and the changing role of internal auditing; and guidance relative to their roles in, and responsibilities for the internal audit process.
Security Awareness Group – Yahoo Groups
The security awareness group provides a forum to discuss awareness program methodologies and share security awareness tips. Those interested in learning more about information security will benefit from the exchange of tips and the opportunity to ask questions.
Security Awareness Posters
Attentus Healthcare Company in cooperation with DasSign has provided security awareness posters in the interest of public education. These posters can be used and distributed freely without obligation.