Information Security Awareness, Training and Motivation — Native Intelligence, Inc.


We offer a variety of presentations, including on-site training, executive briefings, and train-the-trainer sessions. 

We also present to local school students and Parent Teacher Associations as volunteers for ISC2's Safe and Secure Online Program.

Most Popular Presentations

  • Tales from the Cryptolocker Tales from the Cryptolocker
  • Seven Secrets of Security Awareness
  • Constructive Rudeness: Defense Against the Dark Art of Social Engineering
  • Dreamcatchers, Code Talkers, and Story Tellers: Native American Security Techniques
  • One Accurate Measurement is Worth 1,000 Expert Opinions – Security Awareness Metrics
    (The title quote is from Admiral Grace Hopper)
  • Security Unplugged - Securing the Mobile Workforce
  • Security in a Sack – Help for Busy Security Officers
  • Protecting Personal Privacy
  • Identity Theft
  • Learning Principles / Web-based Learning
  • Sensible Computer-based Security Training
  • Security Analogies for End Users

K Rudolph will present Tales from the Cryptolocker at the US Customs and Border Patrol office in Washington DC on September 15, 2015.

K Rudolph often presents at the FISSEA conference. In addition to longer presentations, K has given pecha kucha talks at the FISSEA conference. A Pecha Kucha (pronounced peh-chak-cha) is a concise presentation in the format of a slide show of 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds.

She also presented "The Biggest Secrets of Security Awareness" at the CSI SX (The Computer Security Institute Security Exchange) Conference at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Hotel in Las Vegas, April 27, 2008.

The Biggest Secrets in Security Awareness


Comments from participants at the Biggest Secrets session of the CSI-SX Conference

Speaker Bio

K's Speaker Bio


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