Wednesday 22 February 2023, 11am-12noon (GMT)
What if you could increase security awareness engagement rates, and help people make better security decisions?
We used to memorise routes from paper maps before starting journeys. It often meant we got lost. Now we use satellite navigation. It tells us exactly when to turn to reach our destination.
Nudging people at the right time, in the right way, with the right information, means they don’t have to recall or research information every time they’re faced with a security decision.
Our security decisions – the decisions people make every day whilst at work – are like the turns in a journey. And the SatNav instructions are nudges.
Nudging also increases engagement by meeting people where they are, and communicating with them using the tools they already use (whether that’s Slack, MS Teams, instant messages, or web browsers).
Watch now to learn about the science behind nudging, and how to:
- Increase engagement with your security awareness initiatives
- Create security nudges that cut through cognitive biases and barriers to security behaviours
- Decrease your reliance on email (which is often missed, ignored, or takes too long to send) to communicate important security information
Wouldn’t all that make your job easier?
Guest chaired by
Mandy Haeburn-Little (info), Executive Chair, BRIM
Joe Giddens (info), Director of Content, CybSafe