A collection of articles, interviews and videos focused on helping Information Security Leaders change the security culture within their organisation.

Human factor How to turn your people into your best defence

Is it right to label your people as the weakest link? As part of European Cyber Security Month, Jake Moore, …

Diversity Attracting diversity in security

Zoe Edmeades, Managing Director of The Security Company, makes a strong case for diversity in the cyber security industry. Some …

Culture How the nonsensical can make sense in cyber security

The “unbreakable rules” that we squabble over in the office often aren’t hard-set rules; they’re learned behaviours that we all …

Human factor “This is high gloss colour stuff and the security has to match that” –...

Nick Nagle, CISO of Condé Nast International talks to TEISS about his creative approach to cyber security training, why he hates …

Identity How can bug bounties secure identity services?

Vendor View: Aaron Zander, Security Engineer, HackerOne Digital identities are the credentials users will use to gain access to corporate …

Training “You have to stick to your guns,” Mark Walmsley on life as a CISO...

Mark Walmsley is not your typical Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). He spent several years as a private investigator and …

Human factor How to bring the “human element” into eServices

Crystal Lagrone, Department of Privacy Technologies, Cyberetica, reveals how the Estonian government improved national cyber security. Watch part of her #teissLondon2018 talk …

Culture “I’ve the easiest job in the world – it’s just cyber security” – Channel...

Over a glass of wine on a balmy summer’s afternoon in Kings Cross, London, Brian Brackenborough, Chief Information Security Officer …

Culture “People are as good as the systems in place” – Thomas Christophers, Head of...

Being Head of Risk at Thames Water - a company which still runs on a Victorian-era water pipe infrastructure - …

Security awareness Why you should encourage your staff to swallow their pride and ask questions!

The aphorism “It’s better to remain silent and be thought a fool …” is counterproductive in the era of existential …

Diversity The neurodiversity opportunity in cyber security

Vendor View: James Hadley, CEO of Immersive Labs shows us how considering neurodivergent individuals for employment in a cyber security role …

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 …