Training can become quickly outdated as risks change and trainees can quickly get disaffected by stale, ‘same ole same’ content. Active research is required by training administrators on matching training content with current risks. Interactive and simulation training rate higher for engagement and retention metrics. For example, training that simulates a phishing email and directs users on how to respond.
Diversification in training is also extremely important, as I mentioned before, posters, email reminders, security awareness days, competitions, slide decks could and should be part of your toolkit as you seek to develop a robust training program.
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