A CISO’s guide to: Baseline Behavioural Research

Changing everyone’s behaviour can be done ‘Know thy enemy’ is a mantra often on the lips of the threat-aware CISO. But knowing your friends can be even more critical. Staff can be your human firewall or your hidden vulnerability. You need to know what makes them tick. Social psychologists might say we are best viewed […]

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A CISO’s guide to: Evidencing behavioural change

“Measures maketh the man” – something, surely, only the board could cobble together. Professor Heisenberg might disagree. He started out with an ‘uncertainty principle’ and ended up with an ‘observer effect’: the idea that when you try to measure something, you end up changing it. It is enough to make the CISO tasked with evidencing change […]

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