Implementing and sustaining a successful security awareness program can be a daunting task. Without formal policies and frameworks, many organizations are shooting in the dark when it comes to determining how often to phish and train while managing stakeholder expectations. So what can you do to help your end-users better protect themselves?

Join our experts as we examine what it means to have and how to build an effective security awareness program. In this session, we'll discuss:

•  Proven best practices for increasing the effectiveness of cybersecurity education 
•  How to build a culture of security within your organization
•  Actionable guidance on executing security awareness and training initiatives that deliver measurable results

Already have a program going but need some guidance? Be sure to submit your questions for our experts during registration; we will try to get to as many as time allows. 

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Dale Zabriskie
Security Awareness Evangelist, Proofpoint Security Awareness Training

As an evangelist for Proofpoint Security Awareness and Training products group, Dale consults with companies across the globe, advising on the implementation of effective security awareness strategies to change end-user behavior and reduce organizational risk. Known for his ability to relate both technically and conceptually in an authoritative yet entertaining style, Dale is a popular speaker and panelist, having made presentations on security awareness in over 50 countries. As a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) who is also certified in Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK), he has acted as a consultant to organizations such as Walmart, Disney, Allstate, FedEx, the States of Michigan and Florida, Adventist Health, Baylor University, BP, the U.S. Navy, and Saudi Aramco. His expertise is supported by over 25 years in cybersecurity, information technology, research and development, and regulatory compliance with companies like IBM, Symantec, SunGard, Fisher Scientific, and Veritas.

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Lisa McIlvride
Board of Directors , National Cyber Security Alliance

What's the difference between "user behavior" and "consumer behavior"? Nothing.

I drew on years of experience in global marketing and advertising to "sell" employees, partners, and clients on improving their security habits. Created awareness content and training programs tailored to people's roles, the corporate culture, and the human attention span. Advocated for security and transparency, creating plain talk communications for sales, support, and clients.

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Tom Bechtold
Director of Web Content, SecureWorld
Tom works with the vendor and practitioner communities to provide quality educational content for information security professionals. This includes forming a National Advisory Board of CISOs and Directors of Security from across North America, developing the SecureWorld web conference and digital marketing programs, and working with nationally-recognized industry thought leaders.