January’s NoticeBored awareness topic is resilience
Resilience is a valuable concept in business and life as a whole. It involves
‘bending not breaking’, in other words making or arranging things such that issues or incidents aren’t disastrous or terminal, although damage may be
sustained. Resilient things aren’t necessary invulnerable but they are definitely not fragile. In the lingo, their performance degrades gradually or
gracefully. Mostly, they just keep going.
Resilience is a new topic for us, the 67th in our bulging portfolio. If your
security awareness and training program is restricted to the basics such as viruses and passwords, no wonder your employees are bored stiff. A dull
and uninspiring program achieves little value, a waste of money.
For a new cost-effective approach, read about the latest NoticeBored security awareness and training module and get in touch to subscribe.
Coming up soon
We are busy researching and preparing awareness and training materials on the following information risk and security topics:
February: errors and omissions - whereas we usually think of
active, deliberate threats such as hackers and malware, accidents do happen. This is the other meaning of oversight.
- every year we update the materials on malicious software and every year we find new things going on. What will be on screens in March? Subscribe to NoticeBored to find out!
April: incident detection adds another dimension to the classical risk metric. Aside from the probability and impact of various
incidents, some are harder to detect than others, delaying the trigger point for incident response ... perhaps indefinitely.
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