Nobody likes to talk about it. It makes people feel…uncomfortable. I’m talking about the human side of risk.
The way we think, act on and communicate about risk, plays a major part on how we would manage a cyber breach for instance. Consider Facebook, Equifax, Target, Uber and so on. And no one is better positioned to influence the outcomes on security and risk management than you.
We’re not talking about making a sweeping cultural change enterprise-wide. You can make a slight change in your thinking about risk that just might help you avoid your next data breach or better communicate a phishing scam.
Our first in a webinar series tackles the mindset that all of us inherently possess around risk and its impact on information security issues. The workshop kicks off on June 25 at 2pm EDT featuring Hersh Shefrin, one of the pioneers of behavioral finance. Shefrin holds the Mario L. Belotti Chair in the Department of Finance at the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University and has published scholarly articles in the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics and Review of Financial Studies.
Don’t worry…you don’t have to slip into your Birkenstock’s for this. Just sign up and listen.