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The Security Awareness Special Interest Group (SASIG) 






Founded in 2004, SASIG is an established and credible voice of the corporate sector in the Information Assurance and Security Awareness debate, with the clear objective of improving trust and confidence in the online environment. Membership – from organisations both public and private – is drawn exclusively from CSOs, CISOs, SIROs and DSOs and their staff with responsibility for security awareness within their organisations.


SASIG events are free to attend and often oversubscribed.

View our calendar of events and register.

The Chatham House Rule is strictly enforced and universally respected at all meetings, so you can expect the debate to be extraordinarily revealing and rewarding. Sensitive, contentious and important issues are explored by an expert, vetted audience leading to a new level of thinking, advance knowledge of developments, influential relationships and networking.


We consider SASIG to be merely the conductor of a global orchestra of enterprises. Via our members, SASIG directly and indirectly reaches millions of people worldwide – of varying cultures, languages and technical sophistication – with best practice advice on security awareness and behavioural change.


To learn more and request to join, please visit the SASIG website.