Webinar: Psychology in Cybersecurity
About the Webinar
Previous attempts to make employees of organizations more resilient have largely focused on enhancing awareness. However, psychology shows that a gap exists between awareness (knowing what you should do) and behavior (what you actually do). To solve this, many security professionals have the tendency to jump to solutions, without knowing which solution will be most effective. This webinar will provide insights into how people’s behavior is composed and what influence organizational cultures have on the resilience of employees in information security. This knowledge helps cybersecurity professionals to target their efforts more specifically, contributing to more effective cybersecurity campaigns.
Risks in cybersecurity are evolving rapidly, and addressing these risks can be challenging. You want your employees to be aware of the risks, and you want them to act accordingly. How can you keep up with the pace of change in cybersecurity threats? How do you know you are secure and that your employees show desired behavior? Our psychologists will shed their light on how to address these risks from a scientific perspective.
- If they know it, they will do it - A common misconception about human behavior
- How to measure behavioral risks
- How to address behavioral risks
- CISOs, ISOs, CTOs, HR professionals, IT management, etc.
In other words; security decision-makers
- Psychology enthusiasts
- Cybersecurity professionals who are getting 'stuck' in their awareness campaigns and are interested in the next step. This webinar focuses on how to make employees of organizations more cyber resilient.
Sophie is a psychologist with master's degrees in behavioral science and clinical & health psychology. She has studied human behavior in various disciplines and has been advising companies on addressing cyber-secure behavior for many years.Connect on LinkedIn keyboard_arrow_right