Can cognitive biases be good for security?

“It’s not about demonising our capabilities, it’s about recognising them,” says Bridget Kenyon, DIS EMEA CISO and Information Security Programmes, Thales.

In this video, filmed at teissLondon2020, Bridget tells a story which shows that behavioural economics and cognitive biases might not be so bad after all…Perhaps we should be working with them in security?

 

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