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Maturing SA&T programs into human risk management strategies.

Taking control of your security with HRM.

Maturing SA&T programs into human risk management strategies webinar speakers

2005 called. They want their security awareness & training (SA&T) program back.

Traditional SA&T programs often focus on compliance—and little else. This blinkered approach leaves organizations wide open to all sorts of misclickery, mischief, and misery.

A mass paradigm shift has begun, to human risk management (HRM). HRM proactively reduces human-related security risks by understanding and influencing people’s behavior, and ultimately fostering a positive security culture.

In this webinar, two of the industry’s leading figures will share heaps of advice that’ll help you move full steam ahead towards your very own HRM strategy.

What you’ll learn:


The key differences between SA&T and HRM


The distinction between compliance-based activities and risk-based activities


How training and phishing simulations fit into HRM


Getting started on the journey to HRM—including crucial questions to ask yourself

Who’s it for?

Security awareness professionals

CISOs, CIOs, and data protection officers

CTOs, IT Directors, and IT Managers

Information security officers, managers, and analysts

Anyone passionate about staying ahead of the curve and transforming the way security awareness is approached

Ready to mature your security program and reduce risk?

Our speakers:

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Oz Alashe MBE

Oz Alashe MBE

Chief Executive Officer, CybSafe 

Oz leads CybSafe. He has been the driving force behind CybSafe – the concept, vision and platform.

A former UK Special Forces Lieutenant Colonel, Oz is focused on making society more secure by helping organisations address the human aspect of cyber security.

Oz has a deep background in the areas of intelligence insight, complex human networks, and human cyber risk & resilience. He’s also passionate about reducing societal threats to stability and security by making the most of opportunities presented through advancements in technology.

Oz was made an MBE in 2010 for his personal leadership in the most complex of conflict environments.

Oz chairs the UK Government’s (DCMS) Cyber Resilience Expert Advisory Group. He also sits on the Advisory Board for the Research Institute in Sociotechnical Cyber Security (RISCS). And he’s an Expert Fellow at The Security, Privacy, Identity and Trust Engagement NetworkPlus (SPRITE+), as well as the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).

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Jinan Budge Maturing SA&T programs into human risk management strategies webinar

Jinan Budge

Vice President, Principal Analyst serving Security & Risk professionals, Forrester