This month's Breaking Security Awareness (BSA) webinar will focus on effective strategies to plan and execute the best Cybersecurity Awareness Month (CSAM) possible, as we speak with a Top 10 Fortune Cloud 100 client who has demonstrated success creating dynamic and effective October programs. Topics will include:

  • The importance of establishing your objectives upfront in order to align activities and drive measurable outcomes
  • Why the uptick in cybercrime makes this CSAM the most important one yet
  • Materials to educate and train different types of learners
  • How making it fun and interesting helps you manage human risk all year 

In case you missed the past 2021 BSA webinars, not to worry, we recorded them for you

Thanks for attending our webinar on July 29, 2021!

If you missed it and would like to view the recording, visit this page.

Meet Your Webinar Guest


Khushboo Kashyap 

Senior Manager, Security Governance and Risk Management
Rubrik, Inc.


Khushboo started her career as a software engineer and found her calling in the field of Cybersecurity. In her most recent role at one of the Big4 consulting firms, she managed client accounts across hi-tech companies in the Bay Area, Seattle, New York and Australia. At these accounts, she focused on the build out of security strategy and transformation services. She also led the Big4 firm's research and development team that focused on data and quant driven risk management models.

Currently Khushboo is Senior Manager with Rubrik's Information Security team. Here she leads the Security Governance, Risk Management functions, Security Culture and Data governance functions for Rubrik.

Meet Your Webinar Host


Jennifer Kinney

Community Engagement Manager
Living Security


Jennifer Kinney is a former information security awareness program owner of a multibillion dollar company. In addition to her written publications, she has facilitated hundreds of webinars and in-person training sessions on cybersecurity and incident response, worldwide. Her 15+ years of training experience has taught her that when given the right tools, anyone can improve their security posture to keep their work and personal lives safer. She is passionate about communication as a means of motivating end users of all technical levels to become the strongest force against cyber threats. 

Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Business Management from the University of South Carolina. She is an active member of her church and enjoys reading, listening to cybersecurity (and comedy!) podcasts, and spending time with her family.