Mike Bailey

Head of Marketing

I have been lucky to have worked in marketing roles across several countries and cultures. Consequently, it is rare that client demands surprise me! As Head of Marketing my role is to understand what our clients' value in their information security programmes and demonstrate that we can deliver this to them. A big sport and dog lover, I am also an hispanophile having lived and worked in Spain for 14 years. Always available but calls during Real Madrid games may go to voicemail..

Security tip: The number of people in your security team is equal to the number of people in your company multiplied by their social media accounts.



Articles


What happens to your data when it has been stolen

Why you should treat your personal data as a currency Criminals don’t need your money to profit from a...

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Cybersecurity Glossary - Jargon Buster

We'll be the first to admit that cybersecurity terminology can be a little tricky. So to help you stay cyber...

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Is it time to rethink the term Insider Threat ?

Cloud administrators: A new Insider Threat Stephen Hawking was once asked whether we should be intentionally...

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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...

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5 Reasons why your employee engagement campaign failed

Why do employee engagement campaigns fail? Carl Sagan once said, while attempting to slice an apple enough times to...

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Diary of an IoT hacker: I know what you ate last Sunday

I spy with my little eye, something beginning with ‘R’… 13:31 - Roast potatoes, with chicken, broccoli,...

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A CISO’s guide to the CEO’s difficult questions

It’s a scenario we’re all familiar with: “Good morning, Mr Bailey, please take a seat. The interview will...

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Trick or treat: Are you ready for Cyber Security Month?

October – a month hijacked by vampires, werewolves, zombies, ghosts and all the things that go bump in the night....

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A CISO's guide to: creative employee awareness campaigns

CISO's clapping and laughing Comms campaigns may not be your forte so take a leaf from the Internal Communication...

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Reaching parts other information security awareness programmes cannot reach

Show the value of good information security behaviour. The number of people in your Information Security team...

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A CISO's guide to: Security awareness on a shoestring

Limited budget doesn’t mean limited information security awareness. The Project Management Triangle states...

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Why you need to start thinking about supply chain cybersecurity

TSC’s sister organisation, the Security Awareness Special Interest Group (SASIG) connects cybersecurity...

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The ethics of ethical phishing

Getting the ethics of deception right is crucial to conduct ethical phishing in a safe manner. A quick search...

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Why do people make mistakes?

TSC’s sister organisation, the Security Awareness Special Interest Group (SASIG) connects cybersecurity...

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Connecting cybersecurity to success

In only two years, Cyber Security Connect UK has become the event to attend for CISOs serious about increasing their...

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Why the threat of phishing can’t be ‘trained away’

The Security Awareness Special Interest Group (SASIG) connects cybersecurity professionals from all areas. TSC...

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Phishing: Big phish, little phish

Landing just one phish can be disastrous. How many times have you heard that it only takes one phishing email...

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CISO life is changing

Analysis of client satisfaction survey supports changes seen in the CISO’s role and standing in the...

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The new normal. What the old normal should have been?

The COVID-19 pandemic is an opportunity to regroup – four areas to consider. In his fascinating book...

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