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Meaningful Metrics for Human Cyber Risk

Meaningful Metrics for Human Cyber Risk

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.

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What we learned at SABS4CYBER 2019 – Part 2 of 2

What we learned at SABS4CYBER 2019 – Part 2 of 2

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.

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What we learned at SABS4CYBER 2019 – Part 1 of 2

What we learned at SABS4CYBER 2019 – Part 1 of 2

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.

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Measuring Cyber Security Culture

Measuring Cyber Security Culture

This whitepaper reveals how today’s security teams can build a secure culture. Following characteristically thorough research, lead author Dr. John Blythe explains why secure cultures are few and far between and how to build a secure culture in your organisation.

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Behaviour Change whitepaper

Behaviour Change whitepaper

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.

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People-centric security e-book

People-centric security e-book

Is it time to reconsider traditional approaches to cyber security? For a long time now, people have largely been viewed as a cyber security “weakness”, and the viewpoint has shaped the majority of the cyber security strategies we see today.

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Using AI and machine learning to improve cyber defences and reduce human cyber risk

Using AI and machine learning to improve cyber defences and reduce human cyber risk

To understand how AI and machine learning can reduce cyber risk, it’s worth considering how a typical taxi journey will look in a few years time.Today, when you jump into a taxi, you’re greeted by a driver who might inquire into your preference of radio station and ask you one or two cursory questions while edging you towards your eventual destination.

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