ISSA of WI: 05/12 Starring Lance Spitzner of SANS & The Honeynet
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ISSA of WI Presents Lance Spitzner of SANS & The Honeynet

When: 05/12/2020
3:00 PM
Where: 16000 West Cleveland Ave
Wisconsin 53151
United States
Presenter: Lance Spitzner
Contact: Brian Kunick

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The ISSA of WI on Patch Tuesday, 5/12 will feature 1 of the foremost global authorities in the Cyber Security Industry: Lance Spitzner is The SANS Institute's Director of Research and Community. Lance is very well known as the Founder of The Honeynet Project. He is a Board member of the National Cyber Security Alliance and is on the Board of Advisors at Attivo Networks. On 5/12 at 3:00 PM Lance will speak on: Leading Change: Build a Security Culture of Protect, Detect and Respond Cybersecurity is no longer just about technology it is ultimately about organizational change. Organizational change in not only how people think about security but what they prioritize and how they act, from the Board of Directors on down. Learn how to become a far more effective security leader by leveraging the principles of organizational change and embed security throughout your workforce. Key things you will learn include • How we are driving attackers to target humans • Why so many security initiatives fail at the human level • What is a strong security culture and the two key elements to creating one • Most common mistakes organizations make attempting to address the human element

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After Lance other notable industry leaders will give presentations. 


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