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#1: Videos/animations for InfoSec sessions

Posted on 2008-04-06 09:22:34 by Sthitodhee Saraswati

Hi All,

I work as an InfoSec analyst in a reputed IT MNC. It is often found
that even after proper security induction trainings to all employees,
people casually tend to ignore them, leading to lot of unauthorized
media usage, folder and password sharing, tailgating etc., widening
the gaps in the security posture. I have often thought of
incorporating videos/animation in the slide packs for the awareness
sessions so that the audio visual effect would effectively capture the
interest and understanding of the audience. Can anybody guide me on
doing this, or send me links of some awareness videos/animation for
the purpose? Thanks a lot in advance.

Kind Regards,
Sthito.

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#2: Re: Videos/animations for InfoSec sessions

Posted on 2008-04-12 15:00:49 by Techie24Chick

On Apr 6, 3:22 am, Sthitodhee Saraswati <sth...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I work as an InfoSec analyst in a reputed IT MNC. It is often found
> that even after proper security induction trainings to all employees,
> people casually tend to ignore them, leading to lot of unauthorized
> media usage, folder and password sharing, tailgating etc., widening
> the gaps in the security posture. I have often thought of
> incorporating videos/animation in the slide packs for the awareness
> sessions so that the audio visual effect would effectively capture the
> interest and understanding of the audience. Can anybody guide me on
> doing this, or send me links of some awareness videos/animation for
> the purpose? Thanks a lot in advance.
>
> Kind Regards,
> Sthito.

Hi, I have been reading security awareness guides from Noticeboard for
a couple years now. I am not sure if they have videos, but they
promote security awareness bundles for companies. Check them out,
maybe you will get some ideas.

http://www.noticebored.com/

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#3: Re: Videos/animations for InfoSec sessions

Posted on 2008-04-13 20:57:24 by Sthitodhee Saraswati

On Apr 12, 6:00 pm, Techie24Chick <techie24ch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Apr 6, 3:22 am, Sthitodhee Saraswati <sth...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Hi All,
>
> > I work as an InfoSec analyst in a reputed IT MNC. It is often found
> > that even after proper security induction trainings to all employees,
> > people casually tend to ignore them, leading to lot of unauthorized
> > media usage, folder and password sharing, tailgating etc., widening
> > the gaps in the security posture. I have often thought of
> > incorporating videos/animation in the slide packs for the awareness
> > sessions so that the audio visual effect would effectively capture the
> > interest and understanding of the audience. Can anybody guide me on
> > doing this, or send me links of some awareness videos/animation for
> > the purpose? Thanks a lot in advance.
>
> > Kind Regards,
> > Sthito.
>
> Hi, I have been reading security awareness guides from Noticeboard for
> a couple years now. I am not sure if they have videos, but they
> promote security awareness bundles for companies. Check them out,
> maybe you will get some ideas.
>
> http://www.noticebored.com/

Thanks, Techie24Chick, its a great site...hope to find something
useful :)

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