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WITH GEORGE FINNEY

Our everyday habits hold the solution to cybersecurity challenges, Finney developed a comprehensive approach that combines psychology, neuroscience, history, and economics to help non-technical cybersecurity professionals replace old browsing habits with safe practices for long-lasting tech engagement.

George Finney, Chief Information Security Officer at Southern Methodist University, is a notable cybersecurity expert dedicated to educating businesses and individuals on how to navigate various technologies safely by taking a people-first approach that anyone can learn.

Well Aware: Master the Nine Cybersecurity Habits to Protect Your Future

Register for the upcoming 10-week Well Aware Masterclass.  Free registration for an interactive live-training weekly webinars starting October 28th.

- free registration
- Every wednesday at noon
- join george on Zoom
- RECORDINGS AVAILABLE

Business leaders (HR) who are looking for non- technical ways to contribute to company (cyber)security

Professionals with organizational influence who are looking to understand technology to avoid future issues at work

Cybersecurity practitioners who wants to help non-technical people avoid unnecessary risks and learn about the history of the cybersecurity field.

As a social animal, we came together as a species for mutual protection, and we’ve evolved to have a natural desire to want to play a role in security. And whether we come together in our families, communities, or organizations, we need security in order to perform at our highest and reach our full potential as individuals.​

As humans, we have the unique ability to understand how our own minds work, and then we can change our own minds from the outside in. We must understand not just the technical aspects of security but also the psychology and neuroscience behind it. Security is not a competency; it is a behavior. Behaviors can’t be changed overnight, but they can be changed.​

Vision

Everyone understands, accepts, and contributes to a safe and prosperous future

Promise

Education and guidance to help anyone master the nine cybersecurity habits that are fundamental to enduring success

OCTOBER

21

Well Aware Masterclass: Introduction - Master Nine Cybersecurity Habits to Protect Your Future

TIME: 12:00 pm
CENTRAL TIME (CT)

OCTOBER

28

Well Aware Masterclass:
1st Habit - Literacy

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

NOVEMBER

04

Well Aware Masterclass:
2nd Habit - Skepticism

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

November

11

Well Aware Masterclass:
3rd Habit - Vigilance

TIME: 12:00 p (CT)

november

18

Well Aware Masterclass:
4th Habit - Secrecy

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

DECEMBER

02

Well Aware Masterclass:
5th Habit - Culture

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

DECEMBER

09

Well Aware Masterclass:
6th Habit - Diligence

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

DECEMBER

16

Well Aware Masterclass:
7th Habit - Community

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

january

06

Well Aware Masterclass:
8th Habit - Mirroring

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

JANUARY

13

Well Aware Masterclass:
8th Habit - Deception

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

Well Aware Emblem Grey-01
WITH GEORGE FINNEY

Our everyday habits hold the solution to cybersecurity challenges, Finney developed a comprehensive approach that combines psychology, neuroscience, history, and economics to help non-technical cybersecurity professionals replace old browsing habits with safe practices for long-lasting tech engagement.

George Finney, Chief Information Security Officer at Southern Methodist University, is a notable cybersecurity expert dedicated to educating businesses and individuals on how to navigate various technologies safely by taking a people-first approach that anyone can learn.

Well Aware: Master the Nine Cybersecurity Habits to Protect Your Future

Register for the upcoming 10-week Well Aware Masterclass.  Free registration for an interactive live-training weekly webinars starting October 28th.

- free registration
- Every wednesday at noon
- join george on Zoom
- RECORDINGS AVAILABLE

Business leaders (HR) who are looking for non- technical ways to contribute to company (cyber)security

Professionals with organizational influence who are looking to understand technology to avoid future issues at work

Cybersecurity practitioners who wants to help non-technical people avoid unnecessary risks and learn about the history of the cybersecurity field.

As a social animal, we came together as a species for mutual protection, and we’ve evolved to have a natural desire to want to play a role in security. And whether we come together in our families, communities, or organizations, we need security in order to perform at our highest and reach our full potential as individuals.​

As humans, we have the unique ability to understand how our own minds work, and then we can change our own minds from the outside in. We must understand not just the technical aspects of security but also the psychology and neuroscience behind it. Security is not a competency; it is a behavior. Behaviors can’t be changed overnight, but they can be changed.​

Vision

Everyone understands, accepts, and contributes to a safe and prosperous future

Promise

Education and guidance to help anyone master the nine cybersecurity habits that are fundamental to enduring success

OCTOBER

21

Well Aware Masterclass: Introduction - Master Nine Cybersecurity Habits to Protect Your Future

TIME: 12:00 pm
CENTRAL TIME (CT)

OCTOBER

28

Well Aware Masterclass:
1st Habit - Literacy

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

NOVEMBER

04

Well Aware Masterclass:
2nd Habit - Skepticism

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

November

11

Well Aware Masterclass:
3rd Habit - Vigilance

TIME: 12:00 p (CT)

november

18

Well Aware Masterclass:
4th Habit - Secrecy

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

DECEMBER

02

Well Aware Masterclass:
5th Habit - Culture

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

DECEMBER

09

Well Aware Masterclass:
6th Habit - Diligence

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

DECEMBER

16

Well Aware Masterclass:
7th Habit - Community

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

january

06

Well Aware Masterclass:
8th Habit - Mirroring

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)

JANUARY

13

Well Aware Masterclass:
8th Habit - Deception

TIME: 12:00 pm (CT)