Everyone deserves to live in a safe digital world.
People. They are the frontier of cybersecurity.
How people interact with technology. That’s the CybSafe revolution.
We’re obsessed with human behavior. Measuring it. Understanding it. Influencing it.
We help people to make better choices. Our software influences human behavior to outsmart cyber threats. We do this through science-backed interventions.
CybSafe is a melting pot of passionate minds and ethical hearts, all obsessed with one thing: security that starts with people.
People who are fascinated by the intricate interplay between human psychology and online behavior. These are our people.
We’re building a thriving community of changemakers, all driven by wanting to make the digital world a safer place for all of humanity.
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We’re ditching box-ticking for personalized behavior change.
Powered by micro-experiments and data-driven optimization loops, we deliver laser-focused interventions to the right people, at the right time, in the right place.
Not hope. Just proven behavior change, at scale.
Every click, every decision, every action. It all tells a story.
Biases, emotions, subconscious nudges. Just some of the things that drive our digital choices. This stuff matters.
It’s why our platform is a living, breathing, evolving laboratory.
This is precision engineering for human behavior.
Dr. Jason Nurse chairs the Advisory Group and is the Director of Science of Research at CybSafe. Dr Nurse is also a Reader in Cyber Security at the University of Kent. His research investigates the human and psychological aspects of cyber security, privacy and online trust.
Prof. Lynne Coventry is the Director of PaCT (Psychology and Communication Technology) at Northumbria University. She is an applied researcher who is keen to explore new ways of integrating psychology into design and technology development processes.
Prof. Adam Joinson conducts inter-disciplinary research on the interaction between human behaviour and technology, he is programme lead for the national Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats, as well as, running funded projects on individual susceptibility to malevolent influence techniques (e.g. phishing), communication accommodation, and behaviour change and technology.
Prof. Shane Johnson is the Director of the Dawes Centre for Future Crime at UCL. He has worked within the fields of criminology and forensic psychology for two decades, and his research has explored how methods from other disciplines can inform understanding of crime and security issues.
A senior researcher from NCSC’s Sociotechnical Security Group.
Empty buzzwords? Not here.
Our values are the code we live by:
This is how we hire, collaborate, and how we ensure every line of code serves humanity, not exploits it.
We embrace cutting edge tech.
It’s okay to play. Vital, in fact. We’re not afraid to experiment with AI, large language models, and any tech that holds the potential to help people be more secure.
The future of human risk management lies in embracing the unexpected, not just patching the known.
Scrappy startups. Industry titans. Every organization deserves a tailored path to risk reduction:
Empowers individuals to actively engage with security, not passively accept it.
Together, we’re building the future of human risk management. And we’re fueled by human potential.
But it’s not just about individuals. It’s about community.
This is your invitation to join that community, as co-creators.