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Rethinking the Human Factor in Security

Today’s world of data protection and governance is awash with talk of machine learning and automation. But what about the role of the human in security, isn’t this being overlooked?

Join this interesting and insightful webinar with recognised speaker and author Bruce Hallas and data security expert Martin Sugden, CEO at Boldon James, who will explore how organisations need to empower the user and go beyond training and education to ensure human behaviours are positively influenced to deliver real security and business value.

Watch this webinar to learn:
• Learnings from research into the impact of human behaviour on user trust and security posture
• How to design a security approach that empowers humans
• The challenges associated with implementing security automation (e.g. AI/ML)
• Practical ways to engage the user to influence positive security behaviour
Recorded Apr 30 2019 61 mins
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Bruce Hallas, Founder Marmalade Box and Martin Sugden CEO Boldon James
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    Today’s world of data protection and governance is awash with talk of machine learning and automation. But what about the role of the human in security, isn’t this being overlooked?

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    • How to design a security approach that empowers humans
    • The challenges associated with implementing security automation (e.g. AI/ML)
    • Practical ways to engage the user to influence positive security behaviour
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