Tag: information security
The Psychological Underpinnings of Cyber Burnout
A way of regarding, understanding, or interpreting something; a mental impression Our perceptions shape the way we approach each and every obstacle and opportunity that comes our way. Two people can perceive circumstances in a completely different way, wherein one individual becomes energized and the other, overwhelmed and defeated by the task at hand. …
Attracting Millennials to Cybersecurity
As Millennials will account for 75% of the workforce by 2030, I wanted to dig deeper into this generation’s working habits and preferences to best understand how to close the cybersecurity industry’s 0% unemployment gap and retain employees on a long-term basis. The Deloitte 2017 Millennial Survey gives us a better understanding of this generations…
How Women Will Disrupt Cybersecurity
“When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion.” -Dale Carnegie The Security Culture Report 2017 – Indepth Insights into the Human Factor, a study done by CLTRe Research, looks at how age, experience, gender and attitudes influence risky behaviors and security culture. The findings highlight how…
7 Dimensions of Security Culture
# 1: Attitude #2 Behavior # 3: Cognition #4: Compliance # 5: Communication # 6: Norms #7: Responsibilities Conclusion:
The Beginnings of Cyber Security
Can you remember 30 years ago? Back when Madonna was playing on the radio, Arnold Schwarzenegger was still wearing spandex, and Ronald Reagan had announced the Strategic Defense Initiative? The 80s were an age of economic boom and many of the technologies that we use today were birthed during this time. Microsoft Disk Operating System…
Do I really care about Cyber Security?
The answer, I am going to guess, is probably NO.