On The Topic
A mature approach to information technology requires a basic understanding of its possibilities and the processes behind it. Most people have sufficient knowledge to use the Internet and relevant technology. However, this knowledge is not always sufficient to deal responsibly and self-determined with one's own data.
The problem has long been recognised. Security Awareness is supposed to solve it. But the challenges are great and many - missing communication expertise, support and resources are just a few.
The SWITCH Security Awareness Day aims at giving some insights into the different possible ways to deal with security awareness while pointing out where to get support and what is most crucial for being successful.
On site and online
In view of the current situation this year's Security Awareness Day will be hold in form of a hybrid event. Speakers and participants can choose whether to join the event on site or online.
Please mark the respective section in the registration form. In the Kuppelraum we can welcome max. 20 participants - first come, first served. Those who can join us on site will be notified as soon as possible.
All the presentations and discussions following the presentations will be recorded. SWITCH is currently working on putting together an event infrastructure that allows involvement and engagement of onsite and online participants. Exact information on how to join the event online will follow soon.
Prepare for a potpourri of insights into theory and practice of Security Awareness
Talks and discussions are directed to professionals in the fields of eLearning, communications, education, IT, security or marketing. We invite everyone who is responsible for, interested in or curious about security awareness.
To spread awareness of and educate as well as train users on information security needs interdisciplinary forces.
Talks will be given in English.
Welcome Coffee & Intro
Prof. Dr. Angela Sasse (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
|From “security awareness” to secure behaviour – what’s stopping us?|
Dr. Katharina Bernecker (Universität Zürich)
|Insights into the psychology of motivation|
Sylvain Besençon (Université de Fribourg)
Insights into anthropology on hacker cultures
Sarah Mühlemann (Digital Self-Defense Foundation)
|Be[a]ware - build your human firewall|
Jasmina Mešić (CERT.SI)
|Lessons learned: 10 years of raising awareness in Slovenia|
Dr. phil. Stefan Lehmann (Swiss Armed Forces)
|Cyber security training at the Swiss Armed Forces - Portfolio and gems of a multi-layered approach|
Nikki Böhler (opendata.ch)
|Raising Awareness with coffee|