“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results” –Albert Einstein
First, thank you for visiting! It is a pleasure and an honor that you have come to this page to contribute with your words, thoughts, and ideas. Sociologically, we are at a pivotal point in time where our dependence on technology is inseparable, corporations track every digital step we take to “personalize” our experiences, and the principle of data protection is of utmost importance.
We increasingly hear about the prevalence of cyber attacks, and it would seem with the plethora of cyber security tools available, that there would be a ceasefire, but that is not the case. Day after day, these attacks continue to make the news, leaving society to question, what is really going on with our data in the digital landscape.
The purpose of this blog is to understand the psychology elements that propel cyber security, the hacking community, and a broader focus on the economic motivations involved. By better understanding how the human element integrates with cyber security, we can see more effective mitigations come to life.
With all that said, let me introduce myself. My name is Danielle Kingsbury, I am 29 years old and a Los Angeles native. My educational background is in Clinical Psychology, and I love helping others and teasing out psychological blocks that stop them from living to their fullest capacity. I hope to bring my love of psychology into my current profession in Cyber Security and solve industry challenges as they relate to the human element.
Its time to be a bit different and start a conversation that looks deeper into human motivation on multiple levels of the industry. One day at a time, we are influencing the world.