In this ISF Classics episode of the Information Security Forum’s Human-Centred Security podcast series, we take a deep dive into how human vulnerabilities are exploited, but this episode sees Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF, discuss how to manage those vulnerabilities.
Throughout this series, Steve Durbin joined Tavia Gilbert in the studio to explore how human vulnerabilities, whether triggered through work pressure or by a malicious attacker, can lead to errors that significantly impact an organisation’s reputation or even put lives at risk.
A new approach is needed, one that helps organisations to understand and manage psychological vulnerabilities and adopts technology and controls designed with human behaviour in mind. And we’ve called that human-centred security.
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