October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. But one month is only the beginning, and lasting change takes consistent programs and nudges to cultivate a strong security awareness 365 days of the year.  

Join our panel of experts as they discuss how to leverage CSAM to kickstart continuous programs to transform end-users from targets to defenders. In this session, our experts will cover: 

• How to leverage monthly nudges and campaigns 

• Extensive opportunities available by seasonal challenges and 'domain days'

• How pre-packaged campaigns utilizing micro-learnings can make this a reality 

Attendees are eligible to receive 2 CPE credits.

Generously supported by:

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Gretel Egan
Sr. Security Awareness Training Strategist, Proofpoint

Gretel Egan is a senior security awareness training strategist for Proofpoint, a leading provider of cybersecurity services and solutions. She is a Certified Security Awareness Practitioner (CSAP) and has been working in technical, business, and consumer communications for more than 20 years. Gretel has extensive experience in researching and developing cybersecurity education content for Fortune 1000 companies and was named one of the "10 Security Bloggers to Follow" by IDG Enterprise.

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Cindy Liebes
Chief Program Officer, Cybercrime Support Network

Cindy Liebes joined the Cyber Security Network as the Chief Program Officer in February 2021, after having retired as the Federal Trade Commission Southeast Regional Director - a position she held for almost 10 years. Cindy began her career with the FTC in1986, as a staff attorney and thereafter, for over a decade, served as the Assistant Regional Director. At the FTC, Ms. Liebes was responsible for supervising and litigating numerous law enforcement actions involving a variety of unfair and deceptive consumer protection issues, including online privacy; fraudulent Internet schemes; telemarketing fraud and consumer credit statute enforcement. She also regularly conducted seminars and gave outreach presentations to business and consumer groups, and has appeared on dozens of television and radio broadcasts to discuss various consumer fraud, privacy, and credit issues. In addition, Ms. Liebes served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for both the Eastern District of Tennessee and the Northern District of Georgia criminally prosecuting perpetrators of telemarketing fraud. In recognition of her criminal litigation efforts, she received the Department of Justice's John Marshall Award. While at the FTC, Cindy also twice received the FTC’s Award for Excellence in Supervision and in 2019 she was awarded the FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection Consumer Champion Award for her tireless efforts protecting American consumers from fraud and unfair and deceptive practices.

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Jake Wilson
Security Awareness Evangelist, Western Governors University
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Tom Bechtold
Digital Events Director, SecureWorld