The latest Information Security news relevant to Information Security Leaders.

Behaviour Cyberpsychologist Dr Mary Aiken on differentiating our online and in the office behaviours

"It's one thing to know your employee in the real world.  But do you know who they are online?"  Cyberpsychologist Dr …

Behaviour How do you overcome inbuilt biases in the workplace?

"Doing good cyber security is the cost of doing business today," says Dave Chaterjee, Associate Professor, The University of Georgia. …

Behaviour How to encourage “naturally secure” behaviour?

How do you encourage "naturally secure behaviour" in your organisation? It all begins with "culture" says Bridget Kenyon, DIS EMEA …

Behaviour What makes people change their security behaviour?

What is it that triggers change in people's security behaviour? How good is the general public at managing their own …

Behaviour Jessica Barker, ClubCISO, shows us why fear is not the answer in security awareness

Employees dealing with cyber security risk will be familiar with the fear factor. At teissLondon2020, Jessica Barker, Chair of ClubCISO, …

Behaviour Why empathy matters in cyber security

Attitudes towards groups and businesses are often skewed by our brains’ tendencies to prioritize negative information over positive. One of …

Behaviour Why do we refuse to abandon security processes that don’t work?

Why do we refuse to abandon ideas, equipment, and processes that have proven themselves to be inadequate? It’s rarely because …

Behaviour A guide to recognising our biases and overcoming them

Our brains can be our own worst enemy when it comes to following security controls. It’s not that we don’t …

Behaviour How to change behaviour in the workplace? Fear is not the answer

Head of Information Security at Bank of Ireland UK, Flavius Plesu, says that the key to improving security is to …

Behaviour Why it’s a waste of time trying to change people’s behaviour

Changing user behaviour often requires you to understand how users internalize certain behaviours in the first place. It’s more effective …

Behaviour Increasing compliance

A highlight of #teissLondon2018 was Evie Monnington-Taylor’s discussion of how the findings of behavioural economics (or “nudge theory”) can be …