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 cyber security?

Thom Langford, Founder, TL(2) Security and Christian Toon, CISO, Pinsent Masons, come head to head when it comes to measuring “how cyber aware” the population is. Are people getting better at protecting themselves? Christian Toon seems to think yes. Thom Langford disagrees saying it won’t be for another 20 years until we see significant change in people’s behaviour.

What do you think?

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