As ChatGPT and Dall-E settle in as household names, we’re all wondering: What’s this technology really about? What could be the implications for digital safety? What are the opportunities for human risk management? This whitepaper addresses these burning questions, and so much more. We’ve put in some serious brain-time and analysis to bring it to you, because if you’re in cybersecurity, you need this intel … yesterday.And it brings our unique insight as the human risk heavyweights. Because—spoiler— there is so much that links AI and human risk.
Join our host CybSafe CEO, Oz Alashe MBE, and guest speaker Forrester’s Jinan Budge to dissect AI impact on security awareness, and the human aspect of cybersecurity.
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Every year, the cybersecurity world is flooded by predictions from all corners. If you miss this one, we predict you’ll kick yourself.
You can’t quantify risk if you’re not taking a view on likelihood and impact. Without solid metrics for these elements, you are not doing risk quantification. You are simply showing risk-related metrics and scores.
The key to a strong security posture? Just like keeping healthy, it’s not glamorous, and it’s sometimes hard work. But it could just stop you ending up in cyber resus.
A strong security culture is a major part of your organization’s cyber resilience. But how can you define and measure it—and what are the sticking points?
How can a human-centered approach help reduce cyber risk? And why does investing in people and behaviors make a difference? CybSafe’s CEO has got the answers.
Human cyber risk isn’t going anywhere. At least not as long as security teams keep focusing on the technological aspects of cybersecurity, and neglecting the “human”.