Okay, maybe security shaming is not the proper way to describe security awareness training. No matter how its labeled, it’s working. We don’t receive emails with employee or patient lists attached. We aren’t given access to a Box account where we can see all company information instead of only the one folder we should see.
More and more we recognize the need to share information in a secure manner. Nobody wants to be the one who accidently released a million names and social security numbers. Security awareness training, a standard ritual now at most companies, is effective at helping to prevent accidental releases, but ensuring that information is securely shared could be a lot easier.text