RANT Radio: Home Alone 2021: Attack of the malaise

Presented by

Tom Odams, Rebecca McKeown, Christian Toon, Thom Langford

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Working in tracksuit bottoms and an increased pet proximity might be comforting for homeworkers, but not for security teams. At home, distracted and feeling safe, employees are easily caught off guard by the mounting tide of scams, targeted attacks and mass social engineering. This RANT Radio seeks to understand the psychology at play, while providing practical tips on how cybersecurity teams can encourage security awareness amongst large remote workforces. We bring together an expert in workplace psychology with the usual cacophony of top quality cybersecurity people, to help unpick what can be done to address this thorny issue: - Rebecca McKeown - Director at Mind Science - Christian Toon - CISO at Pinsent Masons - Thom Langford - Security Advocate at SentinelOne * 7 randomly selected delegates out of the first 100 sign-ups for this RANT Radio get a go on our lucky dip, made from Tim Cook’s bandanna, to win: 1 x Apple HomePod, 3 x Apple HomePod Mini or 3 x T-shirts. We look forward to this exciting discussion!
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