Strengthen Your Security Culture: A CISOs perspective
In 2021 over 90% of security incidents were caused by human error, accidents or negligent behaviour.
Organisations, however, are quick to ‘blame and shame’ individuals for falling victim to attacks, and continue to provide poorly designed security awareness, training and education activities. Archaic, compliance-led, ‘tick-box’ phishing simulations are slowly being replaced by progressive human-centred initiatives: Organisations are seeing real business value from improving security culture, using innovative ways to transform security behaviour.
This panel session features Daniel Norman, Senior Solutions Analyst at the ISF, in conversation with:
- Marcus Berglund – CISO at Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB) with more than 25 years of experience in all areas of IT, information and cyber security.
- Knarik Avetisyan – Security Awareness & Compliance Specialist at Schibsted with 7 years experience in IT, change management in cyber security and the human side of security.
Watch this webinar to gain real-world insight into:
- Why security leaders should focus on improving security behaviour and culture
- Best practice for elevating security awareness, training, education and alternative considerations
- How to communicate human elements of security to the board and beyond.
Senior Solutions Analyst, ISF
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