Employee security awareness communication

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An overview of how the SnapComms communication tools can enhance employee security awareness programs and improve security compliance.

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  • The RSVP pop-up Alert variation will drive event registrations and can include other questions (accommodation, meal preferences, questions for speaker). Generates a calendar appointment at the end for the user.
  • Employee security awareness communication

    1. 1. Security Awareness Content Examples
    2. 2. Communication tools that broadcast visual content directly onto the screens of computers, using multiple channels and formats INFO FOR YOU….INFO FOR Y Easy to install. Easy and quick to use. Measure delivery, click-throughs, responses.
    3. 3. Visual Message Types and SuggestedSecurity Awareness UsesScreensavers Tickers Alerts Interactive Surveys Magazine 4. Critical Screensavers Ticker Bar Pop-up Alert Notifications to Forums Staff Poll Magazine IS teams, critical breach notices to users. Drive upDesktop Wallpaper RSS Feeds Pop-up RSVP Blogs Training Staff Quiz participation and customize 1. 3. 2. through RSVP. Reinforce Drive fast Measure Showcase knowledge, action when understanding, Pop-up Video dynamic video Helpdesk learning over processes actions taken, training/SA time change or training content action required effectiveness. through Video. (compliance, cut overs, roll outs). Q&A
    4. 4. Screensavers• Reinforce data security behaviors through visual reminders• Change behavior and impart knowledge over time• Easily change out content items with no network impact• Target multiple messages to appropriate audiences• Enable Links and drive people to more info online, quizzes, audits, interactive forums on security awareness
    5. 5. SECURITY AWARENESS TIP # 5: Log out before you leave. Did I log out?
    6. 6. How Do they work? 1. Upload your content to the Content Manager as a new screensaver message 2. Choose your Target Audience 3. Set display duration and other options 4. “Publish” out to your audience 5. Your message now cycles on their computer during screen saver mode, together with any other active screensaver targeted to themScreensavers
    7. 7. LOCKYOUR LAPTOP!Keep your laptop secure by:1. Use Unique and secure passwords2. VPN daily (so virus protection updates run)3. Don’t open unknown attachmentsTips: Creating easy-to-remember,strong passwords (click here)
    8. 8. Is your password your pet’s name? CHANGE IT NOW!Check out the 10 things you should do to keep information secure (click anywhere)
    9. 9. Is yourpasswordyour pet’sname?CHANGE IT NOW!Check out the 10 things you should do to keep information secure (click anywhere)
    10. 10. SECURITY AWARENESS TIP – APRIL 2012 Which kind of security breaches present the biggest risk? a. Malware infection b. Lost or stolen laptop c. Account compromise d. Weak passwords e. None of the above Test your knowledge! Click here to take our short quiz
    11. 11. Desktop wallpaper• Cycle multiple messages during the day as wallpaper• Reinforce key behaviors over time• Target different visuals to retail, corporate, customer-facing vs internal devices
    12. 12. Pop-up Quizzes and Surveys• Survey to understand current behaviors• Quiz to reinforce best practice and measure understanding• Visual delivery and auto-reminders ensure high response rates• Send to smaller employee sample groups more often and still get statistically relevant data
    13. 13. Ticker/RSS Scroll• Ensure audiences seek critical messages in time• Target messages to everyone or just to specific employee groups involved• Drive fast action when processes change or action required (compliance, cut overs, roll outs)
    14. 14. Link a Ticker Headline to a URL –when your audience clicks on theheadline, it will launch the page andtake them to the information youneed them to see or act upon.
    15. 15. Pop-Up Alert Notifications• Ensure audiences seek critical messages in time• Target messages to everyone or just to specific employee groups involved• Drive fast action when processes change or action required• Showcase video tips, messages, content• Increase Event/Training registrations
    16. 16. Send a dynamic pop-up alert and have itautomatically return later, if not actioned.
    17. 17. Visual Message Types and SuggestedSecurity Awareness UsesScreensavers Tickers Alerts Interactive Surveys Magazine 4. Critical Screensavers Ticker Bar Pop-up Alert Notifications to Forums Staff Poll Magazine IS teams, critical breach notices to users. Drive upDesktop Wallpaper RSS Feeds Pop-up RSVP Blogs Training Staff Quiz participation and customize 1. 3. 2. through RSVP. Reinforce Drive fast Measure Showcase knowledge, action when understanding, Pop-up Video dynamic video Helpdesk learning over processes actions taken, training/SA time change or training content action required effectiveness. through Video. (compliance, cut overs, roll outs). Q&A
    18. 18. Customers include:
    19. 19. Security Awareness Content Examples

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