Webvent

Viruses, Games, and Adaptive Technologies: The Online Training That Changes Users’ Behavior

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Eric Payne, Sr. Enterprise Presales Engineer , Kaspersky

It’s difficult to change people’s behavior, especially when it comes to cybersecurity. People are aware of it, and know they need to do something about it—but they don’t. Many people also think they know more than they do. Add to this the challenges of keeping users engaged and encouraged with online training.

With the latest learning techniques and adaptive technologies, creating interesting, motivating, and relevant training with practical exercises ensures that users change their attitudes for good. The result is a more informed, engaged workforce that takes cybersafe behavior seriously.
 

Join us for this webcast to learn:

  • What’s important when organizing online cybersecurity training
  • How to turn users’ misconceptions about cybersecurity into positive action
  • How psychology and the adaptive learning technology can change user behavior for the greater good   

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Presenter

Eric Payne
Eric Payne

Sr. Enterprise Presales Engineer, Kaspersky

Eric Payne serves as a security evangelist at Kaspersky working with customers in the United States and Canada with close to 20 years of experience in infrastructure and cyber security. Eric presents at events and performs security workshops with the goal of securing corporate and end-user experiences. A senior member of the North American Kaspersky Technical Sales team and holding multiple certifications including CompTIA Security+, Eric serves to guide customers through their security process. When he’s not helping fight the war against cybercrime, Eric is an avid photographer, traveler, and history enthusiast.