Showing Podcasts: 1–3 of 3 tagged Psychology

  • 50 Shades of Security: Whipping Your Users Into Submission

    January 20, 2014

    While admittedly the title of this presentation started as a joke, the reality is that there are many parallels between a dominant/submissive relationship and getting users to adhere to security policies. This presentation will highlight the parallels and apply them to creating better security practices among users. Disclaimer: If people are offended by the book, they will be offended by this…

  • Awareness Doesn't Matter: A Behavior Design Approach to Securing Users - HUM-W21

    February 19, 2013

    Katrina Rodzon, Manager of Security Behavior Design, MAD Security Her last 9 years have been spent studying psychology and ways to modify and study human behavior. From learning about the power of social pressure on group behavior to how subtle changes in reinforcement can drastically change individual behavior, Katrina has spent the better part of a decade learning how humans work and now applies…

  • Mitigating the Top Human Risks - HUM-W25

    February 11, 2013

    Lance Spitzner, Director, Securing The Human program, SANS Institute Mr. Spitzner is the Training Director at SANS Securing The Human program and has helped develop and implement numerous multi-cultural security awareness programs around the world. He invented and developed the concept of honeynets, is the author of several books, and has published over thirty security whitepapers. Mr. Spitzner…

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