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Wednesday 29 June 2022, 11am-12noon (BST)
You don’t need to be told that remote and hybrid working at scale are here to stay for lots of organisations and millions of people. That conversation is now boring and it’s been done to death (well, nearly).
Much more interesting, however, is the work academic researchers and security practitioners around the globe are doing to better understand what this means for the human aspect of cybersecurity.
During this engaging and enlightening talk, Oz Alashe MBE will take us through the evolution of security awareness in an increasingly virtual world… and office. He’ll explore the tech trends, societal drivers and behavioural science frameworks that help us make sense of it all. He’ll also unpack the massive evolution (some might say revolution) that’s taking place within what has traditionally been called security awareness, but is rapidly taking a more holistic focus on managing user risk.
And he’ll share his thoughts on why the virtual office might just be the best thing that ever happened to security practitioners charged with improving ‘security awareness’.
If you’re interested in understanding how human cyber risk management is evolving, and why we should all be excited and nervous at the same time, sign up to join us for what promises to be a fun session.
If you are a member of ISACA, ICA or The Security Institute, you can earn CPE/CPD points for attending our webinars live. Remember to log your attendance with your provider to be credited.
Guest chaired by
Jez Rogers, Cyber Security Advisor, SEROCU Cyber Protect & Cyber Choices
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