The creative security awareness service

An innovative new module

Security innovation

The 61st topic in our awareness portfolio concerns creativity and innovation.  For April we turn the spotlight onto novel black-hat tools and techniques of compromise, and novel white-hat security controls, plus a bit of intellectual property protection and exploitation thrown in for good measure.  Innovation is an inherently risky process, both for those organizations who push things too far and for those who don’t go far enough.  MORE

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A sneak peak behind the scenes

We are blogging daily about the process of developing the awareness materials, and the thought that goes into their design.  If you are bored with the usual dog-eared posters and stale, out-of-date Learning Modules, track NBlog to find out what’s involved in researching and preparing fresh, creative and engaging content for an effective information security awareness program.

Innovation, creativity and a passion for sharing

NoticeBored is our innovative awareness service delivering three parallel streams of creative and engaging adult educational materials on more than 60 topicsConvince your management of the value of security awareness, then speak to us about making it happen, soon.   If you’ve been meaning to ‘do something’ about security awareness for ages, but never quite get around to it, we can get you up and running in no time.  Get in touch.  A subscription to the NoticeBored service is very modestly priced: for about the same as it would cost you to employ a professional author to prepare a single module, we’ll deliver twelve covering something fresh and topical every month of the year.

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“To successfully make security everyone’s job, organizations must prioritize training for all employees. Employees play a critical role in detecting and potentially preventing breaches, so represent a company’s first line of defense. Appropriate training (for example, role-based training or instruction tied to their job functions) can pay disproportionate dividends.”

Accenture Security Index

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