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 CISO and Information Security Programmes, Thales. “The trick is to wrap your culture around your people, not your people around your culture,” she told us at teissLondon2020.

In this video, Bridget explains why expecting people to adopt secure behaviours that make up for the inadequacies in technology does us no favours. Instead, organisations should use people’s natural adaptability to their advantage. 

 

teissLondon2020 | The European Information Security Summit

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