Microsoft is providing a way for developers, and interested users, to test their applications or software in a Windows Sandbox (previously referred to as “InPrivate Desktop”). Find out why I’m digging this new sandbox!
In the first episode of our podcast A Change Ahead, Carolyn Humpherys, Learning & Change Management Consultant at Traveling Coaches, talks about starting a new year with a new focus on ways to improve communication across diverse groups, specifically millenials and different cultures, along with new communication trends. Carolyn lays out her plan and discusses resources she looks to for inspiration.
Eileen’s starting out her year focusing on measuring what matters. How will you know when you are successful or when you’ve met your goals? And how can you continuously improve if you have nothing to measure against? Oh, the places you’ll go if you measure!
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) came out with findings from a study that indicated that many people are experiencing what they refer to as a new "phenomenon" …Security Fatigue. Let’s begin 2019 with a new mantra: Live informed! Not in Fear!
In the Fall, everywhere you look, you can find food and drinks with pumpkin spice. There’s something to the trend! How can we use key concepts used by marketers of these products to spice up our security awareness programs?
Since October is National Cybersecurity Awareness month, it’s the perfect time to make resolutions that include ramping up your security awareness program (or initiating one). Throughout the month, I will share a little Fall inspiration as I explore ways to give your program a boost.
In part three of this three-part series following ILTACON 2018 sessions on the same topics, we discuss RESPONSE. This blog follows the highly anticipated session on the response of DLA Piper after last year's NotPetya malware attack.
In part two of this three-part series following ILTACON 2018 sessions on the same topics, we discuss DETECTION. Programs, processes, solutions and education must be in place to detect attacks on the data we've been entrusted to protect.
The role of the legal secretary has changed dramatically in recent years. As attorneys have become more self-sufficient and client demands for efficiency have increased, firms have adopted alternative secretarial models. Joe Buser is quoted in this article by Mary Kate Sheridan.
Kenny Leckie and Eileen Whitaker spent a morning in New York with the Professional Legal Trainers Group (PLTG), discussing how to train and support a Windows 10/Office 2016 migration. The tech-fair style format allowed participants to engage in discussions centered on six key areas, and these were the top takeaways.
Are you familiar with the "broad reach exception" of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)? The CBP operates under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which has given the CBP an exception from the rule requiring probable cause or a warrant before engaging in searches or seizure at international borders and international airports. Find out why you should care.
Looking for the recipe for a successful security awareness program? One that promotes behavior change? Make people your core ingredient, and then steep the program in Traveling Coaches’ secret sauce: a blend of sponsorship, coalitions, relevance, metrics, media, marketing and perspective.
Office 365 has become a frequent topic of news, commercials, articles, advertisements, discussion boards, webinars and ILTACON sessions. But what is it and how is it different from Microsoft Office offerings of the past?