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Maximizing user engagement during Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Tips, tricks, and experiences from the pros

Maximising user engagement during Cybersecurity Awareness Month speakers

Recent research has shown users in organizations that participate in Cybersecurity Awareness Month are significantly more likely to see cybersecurity as an important issue.

Engagement is everything.

However, engaging people is challenging. You’re competing for headspace against a backdrop of organizational priorities.

There are many things you can do. But what should you do?

In this webinar our stacked panel will share their most successful ways to captivate attention during Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

Put aside an hour to watch this. Seriously.

What you’ll learn:


Strategies and tactics to boost security awareness engagement


Tips, tricks, and experiences from the front line


How to use the Security Awareness Engagement Taxonomy and Security Awareness Planning Tool to organize and run a successful Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Who’s it for?

Security awareness & Human risk management professionals

CISOs, CIOs, and data protection officers

CTOs, IT Directors, and IT Managers

Information security officers, managers, and analysts

Anyone struggling with getting people to engage with security awareness initiatives

Ready to maximize user engagement during CAM?

Our speakers:

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Dr Suzie Dobrontei

Dr Suzie Dobrontei

Behavioral Scientist, CybSafe

Suzie is a chartered social psychologist, tech enthusiast, former university lecturer, and CybSafe Behavioral Scientist.

She’s researched and taught social processes, group dynamics and human factors in cyber security for eight years.

When she’s not working Suzie enjoys painting, reading, and spending time with her dog.

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Junell Felsburg

Junell Felsburg

Sr. Director Cybersecurity and Infrastructure, The Columbus Foundation 

Junell is a skilled IT leader with a background in systems, networks, business, and regulations.

She currently serves as the Senior Director of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure at The Columbus Foundation, where she is responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s cybersecurity strategy.

In her position, Junell identifies potential threats and vulnerabilities, implements measures to prevent cyber-attacks, and develops policies and procedures to ensure the security of the organization’s data and systems.

Nick Allen

Nick Allen

Information Security Specialist, Just Eat

Nick is an information security specialist at Just Eat (JET) responsible for research on secure behaviors and authoring policy for the organization. 

He wrote JET’s first secure behaviors self assessment framework based on SebDB with the aim of mapping behaviors to the organization principal risks.

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Jan van de Weerdhof,

Risk Culture & Engagement Lead Specialist, DLA Piper

Experienced Cyber Security Specialist and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) expert with a demonstrated history in the hospitality and tourism industry, as well as in the Welfare to Work sector, Prison Service and Education establishments.

Skilled in delivering high-quality Information Security engagement programmes, ISMS development, ISO27001 certification, PCI-DSS compliance, GDPR and Governance and Compliance Frameworks.

Strong Information Technology professional with bachelor’s degrees, OA Dip (Psychology-Advanced), Criminology – Advanced and certificated for the courses: Leading with Innovation and Microsoft Innovative Educator for M365. Affiliate member of the Chartered Institute for Information Security (CIISec).