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Are you responsible for your company's compliance with NISPOM Change 2? This course is for YOU.

November 30, 2016 is the DSS deadline for establishing your insider threat program .

"Kickstarting Your Insider Threat Program" is a self-paced, online course designed for FSOs and other Security Executives by the insider threat experts at Big Sky Associates.

  • Understand what the new insider threat program requirements really mean
  • Identify exactly what your company needs to do to achieve 100% compliance
  • Build an efficient and compliant program that leverages existing processes
You will benefit from insider best practices, implementation tips, and other valuable insights shared by Big Sky's subject matter experts who have developed insider threat programs for U.S. Defense and Security agencies and private companies.
 
The course includes video lectures, interactive assessments, templates, and other resources to guide you in customizing an insider threat program that suits your company and complies with NISPOM regulations.

You can work at your own pace -- spend extra time on topics where you need extra help, and skim through topics that you've got covered. The course is accessible via internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and once you log in, you'll have lifetime access to all lectures and materials.

Complete the registration form on the left and get started now.

Here's what participants have said about the course content:

"Mr. Cullison provided the best interpretation of the classically opaque and vague government regulations I have ever heard...more helpful than years of videos, training and government presentations"

"Mr. Cullison adroitly answered difficult questions and I was summarily impressed with his entire presentation. It was invaluable!"

"Best seminars I've been to. Instructor was excellent"

"I enjoyed it and would recommend my boss to attend"

"You put government speak into a language that private industry could understand"

"So many times I've taken webinars and they're full of acronyms and hard to understand. Greg did an excellent job of making it easy to understand"