Glenda R. Snodgrass (bio) has been President and Lead Consultant at The Net Effect since its inception in 1996. Her dynamic personality and effective teaching style have made her a sought-after public speaker and corporate trainer on the Gulf Coast for more than twenty years.

List of upcoming public speaking engagements by Glenda R. Snodgrass

Cyber Self Defense workshop May 9

Security Awareness Training brochure (PDF) -- list of available courses


Assessing Cyber Security Risk: You Can’t Secure It If…... (Part Two) published in Tripwire's "The State of Security" blog on 2017-01-19 (author)

Cyber Security Risk: You Can't Secure It If" (Part One) published in Tripwire's "The State of Security" blog on 2016-12-15 (author)

Defeating Cybercrime with Awareness & Good Habits published in Tripwire's "The State of Security" blog on 2016-10-12 (author)

Expert Advice on How to Create a Security Culture at the Workplace published in Tripwire's "The State of Security" blog on 2016-10-09 (contributor)

Nice write-up of Glenda's talk at UWF on March 9, 2016.

Videos & Interviews

PeerTalk™: Women in InfoSec Talking About Security Trends podcast discussion on 2016-12-19

Infosec is a People Problem (video)

Talking About Cyber Crime -- Learn to Protect Yourself (video)

Safety in the Cyber World (video)

Remembering Passwords (video)

Good Habits for Cyber Security (video)

Listen to Glenda's Pensacola Business RadioX interview from #ITENWIRED2015 conference (about 18 minutes long)


Free Basic Template Information Security Policy for Small Business (Peerlyst) (DOC)

Tips for a Successful Software Implementation (slideshow) (PDF)

Building a Culture of Compliance (slideshow) (PDF)

Bridging the Gap Between Legacy Infrastructure and Modern Applications (PDF)

Why Construction Projects Need Technology Consultants (PDF)

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