How Behavioral Economics Can Help Make Better Security Decisions

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Using fun props and relevant examples, this session will show how behavioral economics can help practitioners understand why users make “bad security decisions” such as sharing devices, choosing poor passwords, and downloading questionable links. By understanding behavioral economics, security teams can help others and themselves make better security and risk decisions.

Kelly Shortridge


Senior Principal Product Technologist, Fastly

Sounil Yu


CISO and Head of Research, JupiterOne

Human Element Risk Management & Governance

governance risk & compliance risk management practitioner perspectives behavioral analytics risk & vulnerability assessment



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