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The 2008 information security survey by Pricewaterhouse Coopers revealed that investment in security technologies had increased but “the acute focus on technology over the last year has not been matched by an equally robust commitment to other critical drivers of security’s value, such as: (1) many of the critical business and security processes that support technology, and (2) the people who administer them.” Security awareness training helps address the second item.
"The security discipline has so far been skewed toward technology - firewalls, ID management, intrusion detection - instead of a risk analysis and proactive intelligence gathering. Security investment must shift from the technology-heavy, tactical operation it has been to date to an intelligence-centric, risk analysis and mitigation philosophy. We have to start addressing the human element of information security, not just the technological one; it i only then that companies will stop being punching bags." - PricewaterhouseCoopersBelow is the next set of security awareness training links.
- The History of Bio-Terrorism (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
- Detecting Bio-Terror (Center for Public Health Preparedness)
- Radiological Terrorism: Just in Time Training for Hospital Clinicians (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
- Nuclear Terrorism: Pathways & Prevention (Center for Public Health Preparedness)
- Preparedness & Community Response to Pandemics (Center for Public Health Preparedness)