Security training in the new age of work from home (WFH)

Thursday, April 9, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

As work rapidly shifts from an office environment to individual homes, security has never been more important. Which means security training is now critical too.

While cyber criminals may be emboldened by the exponential growth in endpoints to test for vulnerabilities, human error is still overwhelmingly the primary cause of cyber security breaches. If the security workshops held over pizza on patching, credential management, or complicated password policies ever really worked, they are not an option for the foreseeable future.

The secret is to provide training that is personalized and carried out so attendees can absorb material at their own pace. Rather than have employees feel they are being tested, let them measure their success with a risk score and a personal dashboard.

On April 9th, join ITWC CIO and Chief Digital Officer Jim Love and CIRA Business Development and Product Manager, Cybersecurity Mark Gaudet for an hour-long discussion around the latest developments in cyber security awareness training, and how to engage and transform your users to be cyber security evangelists.

In this session, Gaudet will also provide a quick overview of CIRA’s Cybersecurity Awareness Training platform.


Jim Love



Mark Gaudet

Product Manager, CIRA



305 Milner Avenue, Suite 900
Toronto, ON M1B 3V4
[email protected]


Canadian Internet Registration Authority

Canadian Internet Registration Authority
979 Bank Street, Suite 400
Ottawa, ON K1S 5K5 Canada

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