Security Awareness Metrics: Measuring Change in Human Behavior

Tuesday, May 05 | 2:30PM–3:30PM | Conrad C, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
One of the primary goals of most security awareness programs is to reduce risk to institutions by changing human behavior. To ensure the success of their programs, organizations must be able to measure both their human risk and changes to faculty, staff, and student behavior. In this session, we will cover how organizations around the world are doing just that, enabling them to develop an effective security awareness metrics framework.

OUTCOMES: Understand the two categories of metrics for security awareness programs * Learn the key considerations to success * Learn how to identify the top metrics you should measure


  • Lance Spitzner

    Director, The SANS Technology Institute