Meeting Archive:
Metrics: A How-To For The Success of Your Security Awareness Program

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Meeting Description:

Metrics are vital to all aspects of a security awareness program. Not only do they indicate the success and failure of your content/events, they also allow constant adaptation to evolving threats and can be set up to indicate undesired increases in user behavior before they are a real problem. With all of this, there are still many security awareness programs that do not utilize metrics. Over the course of this webcast Katrina Rodzon will go over what metrics are, how you can find and implement them within your program, and how to interpret and grow from your findings. Attendees of this webcast will leave with a clear view on how to start setting up metrics within their program as well as how to interpret them for best next steps. 

Date: Wed, Apr 23, 2014
Time: 09:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): RSA Conference
 Presenter Information
Katrina Rodzon
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Kati Rodzon has nearly a decade of experience in statistics, research methodology as well as graduate training cognitive and behavioral psychology. She has managed content development and creation for MAD Security including but not limited to lecture and lab based material. She also has experience in the creation and implementation of customized enterprise behavioral content/modifications plans, has created and tested the methodology for cultural assessment services and has consulted in creating effective social engineering tools and testing penetration testing scenarios. As an independent contractor Kati continues to work in the security industry creating tools that effectively reach users across entire organizations and motivates them to learn as well as engage in the material.