Improving Cyber Security Awareness and Behavior



With the rise of data breaches, CIOs and CISOs are quickly learning that internal security breaches as a result of social engineering are occurring more often than they’d like to admit. And while everyone seems to be championing best practices for Cyber Security, awareness is not the same as changing behavior. It’s our human qualities that make us most susceptible to human engineers. If a company were to take the millions they invest in security technology and begin focusing on the people side, how much of a real difference can smarter awareness make?


Jeffrey Wright

Jeffrey Wright, VP & CISO, Allstate

Jeff Wright is Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for Allstate Insurance Company. In this role he is responsible for the enterprise information security strategy to ensure the protection of Allstate information from all e... More   View all posts

Derek Brink

Derek Brink, Vice President, Research Fellow, IT Security and IT GRC, The Aberdeen Group

Derek Brink helps organizations to improve their security and compliance initiatives by researching, writing about and speaking about the people, processes and technologies that correspond most strongly with leading performance. He also hel... More   View all posts

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