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Understanding the Importance of Trust

Trust forms the foundations of any relationship. For businesses, trust provides a platform for building strategic partnerships, establishing a reputation, and embracing innovation and change. But large-scale data breaches and privacy abuses are undermining trust - 63% of senior executives at large enterprises say that trust has eroded over the past two years*.

What can be done to reverse this trend? In this webcast, our panel discuss:

- The factors and relationships that influence trust.
- How to foster a culture of trust within the organization.
- How technology can play a part in facilitating trust.

Watch this webcast and learn how you can help your organization become a trust leader.

Our Panel:
Duncan Brown, Sr. Director Security Strategist, Forcepoint
Dr. Margaret Cunningham, Principal Research Scientist for Human Behavior, Forcepoint X-Labs
Dr. Richard Ford, Chief Scientist, Forcepoint

*Cultivating Trust To Gain Competitive Advantage, by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, March 2019
Recorded Apr 24 2019 40 mins
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    Wishful thinking won’t protect your data and systems. Without understanding two key psychological constructs, motivated reasoning and decision fatigue, people will continue to put their trust in software alone to keep their systems safe – and then shift responsibility for adverse events onto end users.

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  • Understanding the Importance of Trust Recorded: Apr 24 2019 40 mins
    Duncan Brown, Dr. Margaret Cunningham & Dr. Richard Ford
    Trust forms the foundations of any relationship. For businesses, trust provides a platform for building strategic partnerships, establishing a reputation, and embracing innovation and change. But large-scale data breaches and privacy abuses are undermining trust - 63% of senior executives at large enterprises say that trust has eroded over the past two years*.

    What can be done to reverse this trend? In this webcast, our panel discuss:

    - The factors and relationships that influence trust.
    - How to foster a culture of trust within the organization.
    - How technology can play a part in facilitating trust.

    Watch this webcast and learn how you can help your organization become a trust leader.

    Our Panel:
    Duncan Brown, Sr. Director Security Strategist, Forcepoint
    Dr. Margaret Cunningham, Principal Research Scientist for Human Behavior, Forcepoint X-Labs
    Dr. Richard Ford, Chief Scientist, Forcepoint

    *Cultivating Trust To Gain Competitive Advantage, by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, March 2019
  • Understanding Human Behavior to Reduce Risk Recorded: Apr 10 2019 48 mins
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    Adopting a human-centric approach, which focuses on understanding how people are interacting with the data, can give IT visibility into the gray space and reduce cyber risk. In this webcast, Senior Security Strategist Duncan Brown and Human Behavior Research Scientist, Dr. Margaret Cunningham, discuss:

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    Watch this webcast and learn how you can move beyond threat-centric security.
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    In this Forcepoint sponsored Computing web seminar, we explore how we got here, and we look at practical steps that enterprises can take to reduce complexity, manage risk, and speed up incident resolution.
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