A psychological approach to your security strategy
Join us at London’s iconic SwissRe – otherwise known as ‘The Gherkin’ – for a special briefing on how a psychological approach can influence your employees’ security behavior and mitigate the risk of a breach.
It is well known that the vast majority of cyber incidents have their roots in human error, as hacking the human mind is easier and more profitable than hacking computer systems.
So, we have devised a new approach that utilizes the intricacies of human psychology and applies them to how we frame the messages around security behavior change.
In other words, it’s not what we say – it’s how we say it.
You are cordially invited to a special talk by Adam Sheehan, Behavioral Science Lead from phishd, on practical applications for engineering true behavioral change, underpinned by psychological principles. We will also be giving away free copies of ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman, who won the Nobel Prize for his theories on rational and irrational thinking.
Arrive at 8.15 for breakfast; Adam’s talk will begin at 9.00. Register for your place and feel free to forward to a colleague.