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Behave:

The competitive edge

By CybSafe

 

Joe Giddens & Janet Roberts Behave podcast v2

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CybSafe is bringing you the latest research into human factors and human cyber risk.

Every few weeks, we’ll be sitting down to dissect a piece of research with an industry professional, and we’re giving you complimentary access to the research.

Right now, it’s time to shine the spotlight on a particularly powerful piece of research: 2022 Gartner®, Innovation Insight on Security Behavior and Culture Program Capabilities.

Gartner®, Innovation Insight on Security Behavior and Culture Program Capabilities, William Candrick, Richard Addiscott, Andrew Walls, Alex Michaels, 16 November 2022.

Report overview

This report is a must-read for anyone who wants to stay ahead of the curve in security awareness.

It provides a comprehensive overview of the latest trends in security behavior and culture program (SBCP) capabilities. It’s packed with insights that you can use to improve your own security program.

Report highlights

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“Eighty-four percent of cybersecurity leaders want to mitigate risk by managing employee behavior, yet under half (43%) consistently track behavior and few deploy effective solutions.”

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“Core capabilities offered by security awareness computer-based training (SACBT) vendors achieve regulatory and audit compliance — and some rudimentary behavior change — but fail to make impactful changes to human risk.”

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“Security behavior and culture programs (SBCP) adopt emerging capabilities — including behavioral science principles, data analytics and automation — to reduce risk exposure via measurable culture change.”

Source: Gartner®, Innovation Insight on Security Behavior and Culture Program Capabilities, By William Candrick, Richard Addiscott, Andrew Walls, Alex Michaels, 16 November 2022

Disclaimer: GARTNER® is a registered trademark and service mark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved.

34 minutes

Janet roberts behave podcast

EPISODE 28

Creating a security conscious culture 

Janet’s fascinating career journey, which began in journalism and included stints in media relations and paralegal work, eventually led her to the dynamic field of security awareness, even though it was initially only supposed to occupy 10% of her time in a domestic U.S. insurance company.

Today, Janet and Joe look at the Gartner Report into CISO Foundations Building a Culture of Security Consciousness. Throughout their discussion, they challenge the notion that security awareness is limited to phishing exercises and annual training. Janet highlighted the need for a broader range of metrics that go beyond click rates to measure behavioral change effectively.Localization and cultural considerations in security awareness, vendor partnerships, and long-term strategies for building security awareness programs are discussed.

Speakers:

Joe Giddens Director of Content & Communication, CybSafe

Janet Roberts Former Global Head of Security, Education, and Awareness for Zurich Insurance.