Leadership How to foster a culture of security in uncertain times

With the pandemic, the switch to remote working on a much larger scale than companies were used to has accelerated …

Training Why it’s crucial for security awareness people to employ clear, direct, and unambiguous language

Every organisation has its own coded internal language. Learning your new office culture’s unique keywords and phrasing is a crucial …

Training What is behavioural economics and how can it derail security training?

Speaking at teissLondon2020, Bridget Kenyon, DIS EMEA CISO and Information Security Programmes, Thales, defines behavioural economics and how it applies …

Culture Your best defence? People. But get your culture right first

"People are your best defence," states Marilise de Villiers, Founder & CEO, MDVB Consulting. Filmed at teissLondon2020, Marilise explains why …

Trust With so many remote workers, now is the time to empathise!

Imagine that all of a sudden, a situation you were used to, changed without you having any control over it. …

Cyber security How to weave cyber security into the fabric of the business

In the last few decades, a significant shift in corporate hierarchies fundamentally altered how organisations operate. This restructuring began within …

Culture What’s so bad about fear, uncertainty and doubt?

In this video, filmed at teissLondon2020, Jessica Barker, Chair, ClubCISO, explains why using “fear” is a bad security strategy! Fear …

Leadership How to define a high-performance security culture

Interviewed at teissLondon2020, Dave Chaterjee, Associate Professor, The University of Georgia, outlines which key characteristics define a high-performance security culture. …

Culture Turning fear on its head and embracing a positive security culture

Can the cyber security industry work without “fear”? The industry is known for using "fear" as a tactic to sell …

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 …

Communication Keil Hubert on the MOST dangerous assumption in cyber security

It’s human nature to believe that the skills we don’t possess must be intuitively easy to master. That overconfidence can …

Insider threat Investigating the insider threat: Does company culture matter?

Does company culture matter when conducting an insider threat investigation? How can your investigation align with the culture of your …