Top 20 Security Awareness Posters with messages that STICK

Security awareness is a crucial consideration for businesses large and small today. Chances are good that you’ve invested a significant amount of time and money in security awareness training for your employees. However, it’s just as likely that they’re going to forget much of what they learned.

It’s natural – the daily grind tends to push everything but the most urgent of tasks from our minds. Security awareness posters (both electronic and printable) provide a visual reminder of important security tasks for everyone within your organization. Of course, not all posters are created equal, so we’ve assembled 20 of the best options out there.

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  1. Does Your Password Suck?

Password security is one of the most pressing concerns for organizations today, and this poster does a great job of bluntly reminding your team that their passwords probably do suck. It also does a good job of explaining how to ensure that their passwords are stronger and less prone to hacking.

  1. You can’t always trust a cloud not to rain.

This is a clever little poster that ties into the notion that the cloud is somehow inherently secure. It’s not. It also backs this up with reminders and tips about basic cloud security steps that every computer user should know and practice.

  1. Protect Your Workplace

Part of the “protect your workplace” campaign, this poster might not be boldly illustrated, but it provides important information about combating cybersecurity threats in the workplace, whether that’s an international business, a school or something completely different. It also includes links to the Department of Homeland Security’s Stop. Think. Connect to website pages where readers can learn more.

  1. Cybersecurity Guidance

Similar to the previous poster, this one was developed by both the (Read more...)

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