I see a significant gap in not only how the need for Security Awareness training is perceived as needed but also in the general quality of the programs and training delivered vs other types of training. In many cases small companies avoid security awareness training due to ignorance, cost fears, or fears it will stifle their culture of creativity. This research project is structured to give CIO’s, CISO’s, and other security and IT managers the data to motivate them to provide in security awareness training programs thereby bringing about change in their organizations.
Some of the key goals of the project are to identify, by industry:
- Deltas between the quality of what IT and Security think they are delivering and what end users think are getting.
- Gaps between spending on technical/job training and Awareness training.
- Can/How organizations measure training effectiveness.
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