In this ISF Classic podcast, we rewind to the popular Human-Centred Security series which explores how psychological vulnerabilities in humans can lead to errors in decision making. In this episode, Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF discusses how to identify a variety of human vulnerabilities that arise in day-to-day life and in the information security sector.
By identifying the fundamental vulnerabilities in humans and understanding how psychology works and what triggers risky behaviour, organisations can begin to understand why their employees might make errors and then begin managing that risk more effectively
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