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Free ‘Securely Working from Home’ Deployment Kit to Aid Organizations Impacted by Coronavirus Released by SANS Security Awareness
Provides Security Awareness Professionals Around the World with a Step-by-Step Guide and Multi-lingual Resources to Secure their New Remote Workforce

Coronavirus has made organizations across the world to transition their workers away from a workplace environment to work from home. Yet many companies lack the policies, resources or training to allow their people to do so safely. In response, SANS Security Awareness, a division of the SANS Institute, has developed the “Securely Working from Home” Deployment Kit. This free kit offers security awareness experts with a step-by-step manual on how to quickly deploy a training program for their remote staff. All training materials and resources essential to secure remote, multi-lingual employees are added in the kit.

SANS Director of Security Awareness Lance Spitzner defines, “The training materials are a mixture of both our public resources and paid training materials. This comprehensive kit consist of videos, infographics, podcasts, newsletters and digital signage in numerous languages all packed in a single package that we are offering as a free resource to all who need it. We realise that this is a unique situation and we have to do everything we can to assist the community secure their workers during these uncertain times.”

Webcast Details

To assist security awareness professionals digest this wealth of information, a live webcast will be held on Tuesday, March 17th at 5:30 p.m. EDT. Participants will be given an overview of the various resources available and insight into how to make the most of them. A recording of the webcast will be available after the presentation. To access the webcast, and replay, visit: https://www.sans.org/webcasts/113875

For additional details on SANS Security Awareness training, which includes timely blog posts detailing how to create a secure work-from-home workforce, visit: https://www.sans.org/security-awareness-training

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