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Don’t Get Hacked! Develop Better Cyber Security Training

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Adam Filler, Master Trainer Security Awareness, Kaspersky Lab

Do your employees enjoy security training? Right, no one does. Meanwhile, 80 percent of cyber incidents are caused by human errors. Cyber security is seen as an imposition, a limitation on personal freedom, while it is a critical risk for organizations. Employees' business goals and security objectives often appear to be contradictory. The right approach to developing cyber security awareness can solve this dilemma.

Learn more about modern e-learning technologies and behavioral psychology that help achieve both targets with Adam Filler, co-author of gamified training products and a master trainer of Kaspersky Security Awareness.

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • how to fight people’s misconceptions about cyber security
  • how to engage people and ensure training effectiveness
  • new technologies that help to deal with challenges a training manager usually faces.

   

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Presenter

Adam Filler
Adam Filler

Master Trainer Security Awareness, Kaspersky Lab

Adam Filler's international management and consulting career spans line management, HR, and project roles.

His expertise in organizational transformations, training, and executive coaching has made a strong contribution to the establishment and evolution of cyber security awareness business of Kaspersky Lab. He is a co-author of gamified training products and a master trainer, and supports the sales and service activities of KL international network of offices and partners.
 


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