If October screams anything to me, it’s changing leaves, sweaters, pumpkins…and Cybersecurity Awareness Month!
The theme this year is, “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart,” with the goal of empowering employees and organizations to own their role in protecting their part of cyberspace. This is a great time to make sure you’re up to date on all things cybersecurity, including information security and data privacy best practices, trends, and legal updates.Read More
Back when I taught first-year composition, one of the most common pieces of feedback I gave my students was, "Show me, don't tell me." In other words, it wasn't enough for them to simply state their argument; they had to make me believe it.Read More
Originally published by Training Industry, found here. Article written by Harper Wells
For decades, compliance training has been no more than an annual endeavor at many organizations. Typically, employees attend training once a year and forget about it until a year has passed and they would be reminded to take the course again.
In the 2020s, this strategy doesn’t work. The days of a “paper program” in which an employee participates in some sort of standard training and the organization checks a box that it was completed are over. Today, regulators demand something more interactive and impactful.Read More
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Oh, the typical post-conference post. This is usually where I give an overview of the biggest trends and best compliance practitioner takeaways. But the biggest question I’ve been asked since I came back was not, “What did you learn?” but, “What was it like?”. What was it like to be at an in-person event while the world is still battling a pandemic?