Chances are they have an insatiable appetite for PII, to make better products, deliver better experiences, build a stronger company.
And that could be creating an extraordinarily high level of security and privacy risks that your current employee security awareness course probably doesn’t address.SEE HOW WE TRAIN THEM
Your executives and board members are not only a top target for cybercriminals, they could also be the most vulnerable. And with growing efforts to make executives personally liable for security and privacy failures, it's never been more urgent to make sure the top floor get their own specialized security and privacy awareness training. SEE HOW WE DO IT
He began his security career in the early 1980s, before the term cyber had been coined. In the early 90s he was working on the first generation of biometric access control. And more than 20 years ago he started building his first employee security awareness courses.
As head of the identity theft Council, he spent more than 10 years tracking thousands of data breaches and their impact on businesses and consumers.
He has advised half a dozen governments, served on the federal communications commission cyber security round table, and was recipient of SE magazines editors choice award in 2011.
And he may be the best person to teach your team how to live security and privacy. Meet Neal O'Farrell.