Punishment in Cyber Security
In this workshop, we will be discussing the implications of punishment for managing cyber security behaviour and the findings from our Simulated Phishing and Employee Cyber security behaviour (SPEC) project.
Due to precautions related to COVID-19, we have taken the decision to postpone the Punishment in Cyber Security workshop scheduled for Wednesday 8th April.
We plan to reschedule the workshop to a later date and will keep you posted.
Naming and Shaming. Taking away IT assets. Forcing training if they clicked. Lots of companies are doing it, but should they?
We know that most unintentional insider threats are just that. Unintentional. They are due to human error and behaviour, but should you be punishing your staff? What is the impact on staff productivity and wellbeing?
In this workshop, we will be discussing the findings from our Simulated Phishing and Employee Cyber security behaviour (SPEC) project funded by the Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST). You will hear about what this means for your organisational policies and our panel of industry experts will be chatting about their experiences of punishment and its impact on cyber security.
15.00-15.15 Opening by Oz Alashe
15.15-15.30 Government Talk (to be confirmed)
15.30-16.00 SPEC project (Dr John Blythe)
16.00-16.30 Panel session – Elizabeth Murray (HSBC), John Scott (Bank of Scotland), Reena Shah (Refinitiv), Dr. John Blythe (CybSafe), Chair: Oz Alashe
16.30 Drinks reception
May be subject to minor changes.