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Awareness Tools

By Dan Hadaway | Tuesday, December 15, 2009 - One Comment

Of course, if you’ve been to our workshops or otherwise have access to our policy set, you already are armed with a multitude of tools to help educate, motivate, and activate awareness in your organization.

Please comment this blog post to give us your feedback (comments on this post are moderated, will not be published without your permission, and most likely will NOT be published).

Beyond introducing you to our FREE on-going awareness tools, this post will dwell upon resources we’ve found that are produced by OTHER organizations.

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First, stay aware in real time.
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Related Websites and On-line Training

Twitter Contributions

The following links are to Twitter feeds that are meant to help you with the ongoing awareness training controls in your user awareness program:

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Then, assemble your toolbox!
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Policies / Procedures / Tools / Articles:

Other related websites and online training:

Recommended Technical “Starting Points”:

Games:

Posters:

Horror Stories:

Vulnerability News:

One Response to “Awareness Tools”

Comment from dhadaway
Time 02/03/2011 at 1:23 pm

Here are two password strength checker tools:

https://www.microsoft.com/protect/fraud/passwords/checker.aspx?WT.mc_id=Site_Link

and

http://askthegeek.us/pwd_meter/index.htm

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