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June 02, 2020  |  SSS Sales

We are excited to be part of the New Zealand IT Reboot initiative to help rebuild the New Zealand IT industry. This virtual event offers people the opportunity to connect with companies and also to have access to a range of resources such as free webinars, videos, and other resources. Click here to visit our exhibition stand and connect with come of our team, and watch some of our videos.

IT Reboot SSS Stand

Free Webinar: The need for information security awareness and training - the SSS approach

  • Date: 9 June 2020 at 14:00 NZST
  • Speaker: Gavin Willbond, Principal Security Consultant

Did you know that according to CERT NZ, the top three incident categories reported in New Zealand each year since 2017 target users? Or that reported incidents cost NZ businesses and individuals almost 14 million dollars in 2019?

Many people assume that information security is the responsibility of the IT department, without realising that each and every person plays an important role.

In this webinar Gavin Willbond will explain why it is important to have an effective information security awareness program for all your staff. He will share some of the key areas that are important to include in staff training.

SSS implemented a classroom-based information security awareness and training program to complement the online options that they sell. Gavin will discuss the SSS approach around making sure your staff are empowered to help protect your organisation and themselves.

IT Reboot SSS webinar registration

About our speaker

Gavin Willbond

Gavin Willbond is a Principal Information Security Consultant at SSS.

He has extensive experience working with a range of private and public sector organisations, helping them understand and mitigate their risks. He is passionate about educating users and empowering them to protect themselves and their organisations against malicious attacks.

Gavin's extensive experience includes:

  • working with standard security frameworks such as NZISM, ISO27001, NIST, and the Resilience Management Model
  • reviewing existing and developing new security policies
  • investigating security issues and providing mitigation and resolution advice
  • assessing risk and security maturity profiles
  • developing cyber security incident response plans.