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This list of free (or cheap) resources is a good introduction to the world of cyber security and the human aspect of cyber security. It’s by no means exhaustive, covering only the most fundamental concepts. Nevertheless, it’s a great place to start for beginners and...
“Now a good chunk of your critical assets are behind the firewall, but all your employees are not.” That’s what NetMotion CEO Christopher Kenessey said recently. He was summarising the problem we’re all facing: All of a sudden, the working world has changed.
In this virtual 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.
As we discussed in part one of this post, isolation restricts remote worker security. (Read part one here before continuing.) Remote workers can’t watch others. They rarely receive verbal feedback. And even if they did, remote workers tend to feel their environment prevents security – which limits their learning. That’s all proven to cap remote worker security. So what can you do about it?
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.
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.
Join us for a lively and interesting discussion between 3 CISOS sharing their thoughts, challenges and daily views on what meaningful metrics mean to them day in, day out. CybSafe’s guest speakers include: Dr Alison Vincent, Former HSBC CISO, Jaspal Jandu, ITV CISO...
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…
The only 100% free, 100% online summit focused on exploring the relationship between people and technology.
CybSafe named a leader in Security Awareness and Training Solutions Report based on its scores in both “Current Offering” and “Strategy” categories.
We can all take steps to increase the security of video conferencing apps. This guide explains how.
Our environments influence our behaviours, which means some people may take more security risks when working remotely.
Most organisations fail to measure their human cyber risk. Some measure security training uptake. Some go a little further and measure suspicious link-clicks or report-rates. But very few can answer key security questions such as “How has our human cyber risk changed...
How to place people at the heart of your cyber resilience strategy and unlock the benefits of an enhanced cyber defence.
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.
The COVID-19 outbreak is promoting remote working. Here’s how to minimise cyber risk when working from home.
Criminals are using COVID-19 stories to convince people to do things they’d never normally do.
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.
Most organisations fail to measure their human cyber risk. Some measure security training uptake. Some go a little further and measure suspicious link-clicks or report-rates. But very few can answer key security questions such as “How has our human cyber risk changed over time?” and “Which security interventions reduce most risk?“.
The Business Breakfast with James Max. Thursday, January 9, 2020 (05:00 - 06:30) Listen to the full episode here.
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…