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IT Security Awareness Training PowerPoint

Hi,

does anyone have a good IT Security Awareness training program powerpoint slides that they could share for an idea as to how you've tackled it at your work place.

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Helen
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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SunBow

a) Our IT staff put up a web page for review by anyone to access - try one if you haven't already
b) They also put up own poster, with contact information, etc.
c) Have a nice video to review each year - make review a requirement, part of office sponsored training
d) Slides should contain reference to Identity theft
   - thieves make calls - even to office phones, pretending
   - even to be from your IT staff, so ensure employees can identify when a call is not from IT
e) Employees do not 'reply-all' concerning latest supposed virus
f) For 'emergency this', 'emergency that' - a slide tells them what policy to follow
btan

More pictures, not scary one like selling fear but friendly mistakes, More carrot and goodies to reward and takeaway user thought as reminder e.g. bookmarks, small card,  lanyard dangles etc. Start and End with your Security Takeaways like Security is Shared responsibility, we are the weakest link but can with vigilance,  we are strong as a whole rather than sum of part :)
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