Presentation by Heather Stratford, Founder/CEO, Drip7
Learn about the evolution of training and how the cyber industry is starting to refocus on the core of education. Explore microlearning and gamification as a tool that can be used in all training and specifically in the cyber space to reduce risk in an organization. Discover how to better engage staff in critical areas by learning through case studies and what has been successful in other organizations. Leave with actionable new ideas that can help train, secure and engage your workforce.
Heather Stratford is a national thought-leader in cybersecurity, entrepreneurship and IT training. She has founded and run several national and international companies and is currently the founder and CEO of a tech startup called Drip7 — a microlearning platform for cybersecurity education. She has helped a wide range of clients from General Motors, Stanford, WSU, SABIC, MultiCare, City of Spokane, Avista and Deloitte. Heather regularly gives keynote speeches, writes articles, and is frequently asked to comment on National cybersecurity topics. She has a passion for including more diversity and women in entrepreneurial start-ups and technology. Heather is a National Tory Burch fellow, graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program, received the Women in Business Leadership Award, is an adjunct professor at Whitworth University and on the Advisory Board for the Gonzaga School of Leadership Studies.