Head of IT Security, TNT Express, Global CIO, Fujifilm, Organisational Psychologist
With SC’s annual conference taking place later in the year, we have invited some of the speakers to run the rule over a few of the key human factors affecting information security risk.
•Where do human factors rank in relation to other security risks?
•Is it feasible to identify key human risk factors and if so, how can they be successfully integrated into an IT risk matrix?
•Is it true that people value the security of data differently to tangible goods? If so, what can be done to change perceptions?
•To what extent is IT security seen as a board level issue - what steps can be taken to effectively communicate IT risk to the Board?
•Train the trainer – when it comes to communicating, does your average IT security professional err towards Martin Luther King or Hal from 2001? How important are communication skills to the IT security professional
•Spread the love – or at least, the message. Why do staff consistently ignore IT security messages and what can you do, to hit the message home?
•Pa$$word5! Digestible take home tips you can share with your staff on how to choose and remember multiple secure passwords
Phil Cracknell, Head of Information Security, TNT Express
Stephanie Daman, Chief Executive Officer, Cyber Security Challenge UK
Pamal Sharma, Global CIO, Fujifilm
Sarah Lewis, Organisational Psychologist, Appreciating Change