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  • Weary Warriors: Reducing the Impact of Wishful Thinking & Fatigue on Information Security Decisions

    Tuesday10:00 - 10:2504 Jun 2019
    Strategy Talks

    Wishful thinking won’t protect your data and systems. Without understanding two key psychological constructs, motivated reasoning and decision fatigue, people w...

    • Language: English

  • Workshop 1: From White House Email Prankster to White Hat Researcher: How Cyber Gangs Operate & How Businesses Can Protect Against Email Threats

    Wednesday10:00 - 12:0005 Jun 2019
    Security Workshop

    SINON_REBORN was once an email prankster that fooled the White House, but now he hunts criminal email gangs. Learn his techniques from both sides of the coin to...

    • Language: English

  • Workshop 3: Security Maturity: Developing Metrics to Measure & Inform the Security Programme of Organisations

    Thursday10:00 - 11:3006 Jun 2019
    Security Workshop

    Security professionals often come under pressure to assess the success of security initiatives in their organisations, with board members seeking to understand ...

    • Language: English

  • Workshop 3: Re-Thinking the Human Factor

    Thursday13:30 - 15:0006 Jun 2019
    Security Workshop

    People are what make organisations a success. And what makes people such a great success can also make them vulnerable. This is why the human factor is an essen...

    • Language: English

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