Zero to 60: Making Security Programmatic and Cultural at Princeton University
Event submitted on Wednesday, May 6th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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SecureWorld Remote Sessions is a series of daily briefings on security topics of particular relevance during times of disruptive incidents and remote working challenges. Our purpose is to help the InfoSec community stay connected, encouraged, and continuing to learn and share.
Tune in for 45 minutes to an hour—either live or on-demand—and receive 1 CPE credit in the process. For speaker and topic updates, keep an eye on the Remote Sessions lineup and check back frequently as sessions are added to the calendar.
Join David Sherry of Princeton University’s Information Security Office as he discusses the development of the department, with a focus on their security awareness and training program.
Although still in its infancy, Princeton’s three-year-old program has already made an impact on the campus’s security mindset.
From in-person and online events to the roll-out of a secure password manager, find out how this Ivy League institution went from zero to 60, building a program that has made security both programmatic and cultural across their campus. Learn about Princeton’s approach to teaching good security hygiene, as well as future plans to take their program to the next level.