Security Awareness Culture Change, Part 2 – Kelley Bray, Stephanie Pratt – SCW #69
We continue the discussion about the importance of effective security awareness programs and what that would actually look like. We'll also examine how to move beyond "bare minimum" check-box mentality about meeting security awareness training requirements and imagine building a culture of security aware employees in the organization.
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For the better part of 10 years, Kelley has built training and awareness programs for the Federal Government, DoD and private sector. After delivering online and in-person training to hundreds of thousands of users worldwide, Kelley has tried all the tools and techniques, learned from valuable mistakes, and had a lot of fun celebrating security program success along the way. Her passion for this topic is fueled in equal parts by the rapidly changing risks that all users must combat, and the amount of technology that her 3 children have access to.
Kelley holds a Bachelor’s Degree from George Mason University and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Cybercrime Support Center. In her free time, she enjoys reading, gardening and spending time with her family.
Stephanie Pratt is the Senior Security Awareness Content Manager at Living Security. She developed a passion for cybersecurity at Blackbaud where she created the company’s first-ever security awareness program. Her program included a champions program, phishing simulation, a monthly speaker series, and a robust cybersecurity awareness month. She earned her SANS Security Awareness Practitioner, SSAP, certification in July 2019. Before joining Blackbaud, Stephanie worked for more than a decade in broadcast journalism as a TV reporter in Oregon, South Carolina, New Hampshire, and New York. She holds a B.S. from Emerson College.