Reading Time: 2minutes Research shows how “social learning” impacts security skills – and it says a lot about securing remote workers. Remote working is here to stay. And there are benefits. But when it comes to security, remote working poses a problem.
Reading Time: 3minutes If we’re honest with ourselves, we’ve all known it for a long time. Posters. Compulsory e-learning. Seminars and desk-drops. They’re security awareness staples. And they’re now all, without question, ineffective. They’re designed to teach people about security. Just on our terms.
Reading Time: 2minutes From 8th-12th June 2020, the official London Tech Week event PeepSec is back! You can register to attend for free here. And there’s good reason to. In 2020, PeepSec is perhaps more relevant than it’s ever been before…
Reading Time: 2minutes Independent Research Firm Forrester has named CybSafe a leader in its Security Awareness and Training Solutions report. According to CybSafe CEO Oz Alashe, it’s a big step towards keeping people and societies safe.
Reading Time: 2minutes To make a difference as a security professional today, you need board support. You need resources. You need directors to trust and back you. You need organisational leaders to promote security.
Reading Time: < 1minute In this whitepaper, we outline the CybSafe approach to applying behavioural science, how it’s embedded in everything we do and how our products drive behaviour change in employees.
Reading Time: 3minutes Why do some organisations often use two or more security awareness training solutions at once? That’s a question that grabbed our attention when it popped up on social recently. The comment highlighted the following security oddity…
Reading Time: 3minutes SABS4CYBER is an annual conference that shines a spotlight on social and behavioural sciences. More specifically, SABS4CYBER puts the people using social and behavioural science to solve security challenges into the spotlight.
Reading Time: 4minutes SABS4CYBER is an annual conference that shines a spotlight on social and behavioural sciences. More specifically, SABS4CYBER puts the people using social and behavioural science to solve security challenges into the spotlight.