Spear phishing relies on directly profiling a targeted person and social engineering nastiness. Attackers have shown “creativity” in adding extra oomph to spear phishing attacks to force a compromising incident.
Among its more than 900 resources for security awareness training, KnowBe4 offers a 12-episode video series about insider threats called The Inside Man. Wow. Just wow.
At DEX 2019 last week, I presented the day 2 opening keynote – on Re-Thinking ROI for Office 365, with an emphasis on the flawed logic that focuses on saving time and reducing travel. My slide deck.
James Robertson, founder of Step Two Designs and the leading champion for the DEX opportunity, offered the closing keynote at the DEX 2019 conference in Sydney last week. My mind map of James’s talk.
At the DEX 2019 conference in Sydney last week, Alison Sharp from Meld Studios talked about the use of design thinking to create new ways of working. My mind map of Alison’s talk.
How the Department of Education Shares and Curates Information Resources Across NSW with Office 365 – by Pip Cleaves
At DEX 2019 last week, Pip Cleaves talked about her work at the NSW Department of Education to encourage STEM learning in schools, and how Office 365 is used to share and curate information resources for teachers in the program. My mind map of Pip’s talk.
Nigel from Interact Intranet talked at DEX 2019 about using the intranet to support pre-boarding of employees. My mind map of Nigel’s talk.
Steve Collis from Amicus finished day 1 of the Step Two DEX 2019 conference with a session looking at how to decode situations, expectations, and people.
Rita, The Enterprise Social Engineer, spoke about finding and building enterprise social muscles. Rita’s key point was to make enterprise social useful rather than focusing on social. Rita presented at the Step Two DEX 2019 conference in Sydney.
Kat works at the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development. She presented at the Step Two DEX 2019 conference on data visualisation.