Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development , Security Awareness Programs & Computer-based Training , Threat Detection

How McDonald’s Keeps Security Awareness Fresh and Relevant

McDonald’s Corporation is the world’s largest restaurant chain, serving over 69 million customers daily in more than a hundred countries. Just like every organization, McDonald’s is concerned that threat actors are targeting their employees across the world. And as we all know— it only takes one person to click on a malicious link and create a data breach. Thus, one of their key initiatives is empowering end users to identify human activated threats.

However, not everyone thinks that cybersecurity is their responsibility. So how does McDonald’s change employee mindset towards security awareness? And how do they capture users’ attention when everyone’s bandwidth is limited?

Watch this 30-minute webinar with Proofpoint and special guest speaker, Andrew Munson, Security Manager at McDonald’s Corporation. Andrew will speak about how his organization:

  • Utilizes threat intelligence to form their program
  • Overcomes the challenges of short attention spans
  • Promotes its security awareness program so it becomes front of mind
  • Drives behavior change and builds a positive security culture

About the Author

Information Security Media Group (ISMG) is the world's largest media company devoted to information security and risk management. Each of its 34 media sites provides relevant education, research and news that is specifically tailored to key vertical sectors including banking, healthcare and the public sector; geographies from the North America to Southeast Asia; and topics such as data breach prevention, cyber risk assessment and fraud. Its yearly global Summit series connects senior security professionals with industry thought leaders to find actionable solutions for pressing cybersecurity challenges.




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