Learn about the skills necessary to recognize, prevent, and respond to cybersecurity threats, promoting a culture of cyber vigilance and safer online practices.

2024 Central Ohio InfoSec Summit

The Central Ohio InfoSec Summit celebrates collaboration, innovation, and the pursuit of excellence in information security. Explore diverse cybersecurity solutions, network with industry experts, and gain insights into emerging industry trends.

Come meet the Adlumin team and learn about our Security Operations Platform can provide visibility across endpoints, users, and the perimeter and contextual insights for rapid, informed decision-making.

Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge and enhance your organization’s security posture.

Dates: May 23-24, 2024
Location: Columbus, OH

Contact: marketingevents@adlumin.com

KB4-CON 2024: Securing the Future: AI and the Human Layer

Come visit Adlumin at KB4-CON 2024: Securing the Future: AI and the Human Layer.

Hear from Adlumin’s Mark Sangster, VP, Chief of Strategy, on Monday, March 4th from 2-2:45 PM during his speaking session, “Cyber Rosetta Stone: Using Tabletops to Engage Executives in the Cyber Risk Conversation.”

KnowBe4’s premier annual conference unites customers, channel partners, security advocates, keynote speakers, and industry experts. Featuring a blend of in-depth product sessions and cutting-edge security presentations, attendees gain actionable insights to immediately implement in their organizations.

Dates: March 4-6 2024
Location: Orlando, FL

Speaking Session

Cyber Rosetta Stone: Using Tabletops to Engage Executives in the Cyber Risk Conversation

Speaker: Mark Sangster, VP, Chief of Strategy at Adlumin
Date: March 4, 2024
Time: 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM

The biggest barrier to the cyber risk discussion is the language we use to talk about cybersecurity. Tabletop exercises, when done right, can be the Rosetta stone needed to translate the ones and zeros of security to the dollar and cents of financial and reputational losses. Join cybersecurity author and expert, Mark Sangster, as he identifies the pitfalls of tabletops, and builds a simple framework to bring executives and security leaders to the table to collaborate, reduce business risk, and prepare for an inevitable cyber incident.

Contact: marketingevents@adlumin.com

9 Ways To Make Cybersecurity Awareness Training More Engaging

Cybersecurity awareness training doesn’t have to be boring. Real Leaders explores 9 ways to make it more engaging with your employees. When humans are the number one reason for data breaches, it is imperative to create a security culture in every department.  

“Phishing was responsible for the highest number of cyber compromises in 2021. As a result, more and more businesses are investing in security training and awareness initiatives. 

New evidence proves that regular training exercises can positively influence security culture and enable employees to defend against ransomware-laced phishing attempts and related social engineering attacks. 

Having said that, nearly all (85%) of employees are disengaged at work. That’s why it is imperative for organizations to design programs that encourage training participation.” 

Read the full article here.  

What Is Cybersecurity Awareness?

What is cybersecurity awareness training, and what works best? Cybercriminals work hard to exploit careless employees’ mistakes- the adage is true that humans are the weakest link. We Live Security explores several trends highlighting the urgent need for you to implement a cybersecurity awareness training program.  

“Research reveals that 82% of data breaches analyzed in 2021 involved a “human element.” It’s an inescapable fact of modern cyberthreats that employees represent a top target for attack. But give them the knowledge needed to spot the warning signs of an attack, and to understand when they may be putting sensitive data at risk, and there’s a huge opportunity to advance risk mitigation efforts,” according to We Live Security.  

Read the full article here.

The Importance of Proactive Security

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Defending your network against highly motivated and well-equipped threat actors requires a proactive approach. This may sound daunting, but modern tools let you automate many security tasks and support your human security experts with capable AI. This doesn’t just improve your security posture. It can also reduce insurance premiums, make compliance reporting easier, and help you make full use of network resources.

Highlights include:

  • Understand the difference between proactive and reactive security measures
  • Discover the business benefits of being proactive
  • Learn how to advance both your bottom line and your information security

Proactive Security Awareness Program

Adlumin’s Proactive Security Awareness Program empowers employees with the skills to identify and report suspicious activity, which is the best defense against cyber adversaries delivering attacks through convincing campaigns and phishing lures. Adlumin has the expertise to deliver real-world scenarios and context-rich security awareness programs effectively in line with their managed detection and response (MDR) services.

Download this paper to:

  • Explore Adlumin’s fully managed security awareness testing and training service
  • Learn how to proactively defend your organizations against the risks posed by the human error
  • Integration Overview: KnowBe4 and Adlumin’s Platform
  • Data and reporting capabilities