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OUCH! March Edition – “Disposing of Your Mobile Device”

Posted on: March 6th, 2019 by

We are excited to announce March’s OUCH! newsletter – “Disposing of Your Mobile Device“. Led by Guest Editor and mobile device expert Chris Crowley, we cover how to securely wipe your mobile device before getting rid of it. You have a tremendous amount of highly sensitive and personal information on your mobile devices. Who has access to that when you get rid of it? Protect yourself and share OUCH! with family, friends and co-workers.

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SANS Security Awareness Summit 2019 - San Diego CAWe’re excited to announce the SANS Institute’s Annual Call for Presentations (CFP) for the 6th annual Security Awareness Summit! This year’s Summit will be 7/8 August in San Diego, California. We are looking for speakers who are actively involved in helping organizations build, maintain, or measure security awareness programs and can share real-world stories and lessons learned on propelling an awareness program to the next level. Our promise is for attendees to walk away with actionable lessons they can apply right away to their own program. Have a story you want to share? Submit your talk no later than Monday, March 11th.



No money for travel? SANS Online Training features offers the same content, instructors, and learning results, all from the comfort of home. Options include OnDemand, vLive and Simulcast to fit your learning style and schedule. Don’t miss the current SANS Online Training Special Offers available with your OnDemand or vLive course. You can also Test Drive your next SANS course by taking a Demo on the OnDemand Platform.



Christopher CrowleyChristopher Crowley (@CCrowMontance) is an independent consultant in the Washington DC area, focusing on security operations. He tweets and blogs occasionally. Keep an eye out for his forthcoming book on Security Operations Centers. He’s a Senior Instructor at the SANS Institute.



The April edition of OUCH will be “Making Passwords Simple” led by Guest Editor Justin Henderson.


Lance Spitzner
Director, SANS Security Awareness
Twitter: @lspitzner

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