Learning to tie your shoes

Published on 14 December, 2009 - 15:06 by Terranova awareness, reinforcement, Security Awareness, skill deficiency, training plan, Planning, Reinforcement Tools
I purchased a new pair of runners for my 7 year old and these had laces. I had taught him to tie his shoes in Kindergarten but with most of the shoes and boots having velcro, I did not realize that the lesson taught in Kindergarten did not stick. I was both shocked and dismayed to realize that my Grade 2 child did not know how to tie his shoes! As a parent I also had that wonderful "guilt" feeling that goes along with realizing that I probably didn't do a very good job initially as I was in a...

Measuring Security Awareness Training on a budget

Published on 19 June, 2009 - 12:21 by Terranova awareness, measurement, posters, reinforcement, security, training, training tools, videos, News
Rolling out a large Information Security Awareness Training Program can be an incredibly daunting task. Especially, if you have to ensure that your efforts are measurable in order to meet industry standards or adhere to legislation. Let’s face it, you can’t measure the number of times employees look at the security awareness posters you just put up in the coffee room or in the elevator and how the heck do you measure the impact of a banner on the company intranet? Did it really change the...