Transforming Employee Behavior in the Digital Age

April 22, 2024

Welcome to Security Sessions Podcast, Season 2, Episode #3: “Transforming Employee Behavior in the Digital Age”

The significance of security awareness training cannot be overstated. As technology advances and cyber threats become increasingly sophisticated, the human element remains a vital asset and a significant vulnerability within any organization’s security posture. This panel discussion aims to dive into the multifaceted world of security awareness training, exploring its critical role in fortifying organizations against daily cyber threats.

Our esteemed panelists come with a wealth of experience in information security, having spearheaded numerous initiatives to enhance the security literacy of employees across various sectors. This discussion will not only shed light on the best practices and innovative approaches to security awareness training. Still, it will also take a holistic view of information security, acknowledging its current challenges, future trends, and the indispensable role of human vigilance in safeguarding digital assets.

As we navigate through these topics, our goal is to uncover insights that will not only inform but also inspire organizations to adopt a more proactive and comprehensive approach to information security, recognizing that a well-informed and security-conscious workforce is their best defense against the ever-present threat of cyberattacks.


Stas Bojoukha, CEO and Founder of Compyl

George Finney, CEO and Founder of Well Aware Security


Daniel Tangney

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