Tackling the Human Aspect of Cyber Security: The Psychology of a Law Firm

For years, cyber attackers have relied on human psychology to manipulate victims and launch their most common, most disruptive attacks.

Developed in collaboration with behavioural change psychologist Tom Cross, this new CybSafe whitepaper reveals:

  1. 10 psychological traits and biases cyber criminals routinely exploit
  2. The people in law firms who are most likely to suffer from each bias, and who are therefore most at risk
  3. How law firms and IT leaders can control for human psychology to tackle the human aspect of cyber security, which remains the number one cause of breaches and attacks
Meaningful Metrics for Human Cyber Risk

Meaningful Metrics for Human Cyber Risk

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?“.

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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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