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Freebie Friday: Pop Culture-Inspired Video, Poster, Newsletters & Lots of Security Cat™!

By | April 29th, 2016|Free Stuff, Security Cat|

Today is the best day of the week: FREEBIE FRIDAY! We are partnering with Intel & the National Cybersecurity Alliance to promote World Password Day (May 5th), so in honor of that, we've added a new video and poster on good password habits! We've also updated our newsletters section with [...]

Security and Pop Culture: What Disney Can Teach Us About Security Awareness Training Programs

By | September 21st, 2015|Launching SA Programs, Managing SA Programs, Planning SA Programs, Security & Pop Culture|

  Who says you can’t learn things from kids’ movies? Disney movies are full of great lessons about life and love and friendship. But did you know that some of our favorite Disney movies can teach you a thing or two about running a successful security awareness program? No? Well, [...]

Security & Pop Culture: An Important Security Awareness Lesson from Ron Swanson

By | August 14th, 2015|Security & Pop Culture|

The great Ron Swanson has said some truly quotable things in his 7 year existence on Parks and Recreation. His anti-government one-liners and monotonous missives on manliness have sent fans into giggle fits. There are tumblers dedicated to this man and his mustache. And while it’s hard to pick the [...]

Security and Pop Culture: InfoSec Taylor Swift

By | June 17th, 2015|Security & Pop Culture|

How do you make people care about security? By making it personal or entertaining. And a couple Twitter accounts have definitely jumped on the “entertainment” bandwagon, and one of our favorites is InfoSec Taylor Swift. @SwiftOnSecurity mixes everything people love about T-Swizzle with information security humor and the account is [...]

Security & Pop Culture: Grace and Frankie Talk Passwords

By | May 19th, 2015|Security & Pop Culture|

In an episode of the latest Netflix comedy Grace and Frankie, there is a great moment where Frankie (Lily Tomlin) buys a laptop and asks the much more tech-savvy Grace (Jane Fonda) to help her set it up. Grace assists Frankie set up a user profile. Frankie suggests using a [...]

Security & Pop Culture: FOX’s Hotel Hell

By | September 23rd, 2014|Security & Pop Culture|

This particular hotel had a guest book and in that guestbook, unknown to most of its customers, was every guests' credit number. Worse (if it can get worse), the numbers were listed alongside the guests' full names and sometimes addresses. Upon learning of this system, Ramsey stole the book to [...]

Security & Pop Culture: SEX TAPE (the movie)

By | August 12th, 2014|Security & Pop Culture|

Jason Segel plays Jay and Cameron Diaz plays Annie. The couple has loaned several iPads and other devices to their friends and family. I bet you've been there. You're out with your friend and she drops her phone, shattering the screen, rendering it unusable. Instead of spending an arm and [...]

Security and Pop-Culture: Parks & Rec

By | February 24th, 2015|Security & Pop Culture|

If you're a Parks and Recreation fan, you've probably been watching the current (and final) season. A few weeks ago, an episode aired about a company called Gryzzl, a fictional social media platform that's basically the equivalent to Facebook. At the beginning of the episode, Gryzzl starts sending the people [...]

Security & Pop-Culture: Grey’s Anatomy and PHI

By | July 22nd, 2014|Security & Pop Culture, Security Awareness 101|

In season 7, episode 13 of Grey's Anatomy, a resident named Miranda Bailey starts live- tweeting her surgeries. She gets the patient's permission to do so and then has an intern send out tweets right from the operating table. She says this is an excellent way to connect with other [...]

Security & Pop-Culture: “I Know Everything.” – A

By | July 7th, 2014|Security & Pop Culture|

ABC’s show Pretty Little Liars has been a hit for them. Based on a popular book series, the show follows four teenage girls as they try to solve mysterious happenings in their lives, as well as try to figure out who is the mysterious bully who harasses them through texts, [...]

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