Inka talks about harnessing Behavioural Science (BS) to influence people’s cyber security behaviours. Focusing on psychology theories (e.g. Behaviour change wheel) she explores some of our barriers (and motivations) to cybersecurity. What are our FMEs ('frequently made excuses') to taking protective action online and how organisations' could create a supportive security culture.
Lead researcher for RISCS / UK Home Office funded research project: Cyber Security Quirks: Personalised Interventions for Human Cyber Resilience https://www.riscs.org.uk/project/cyber-security-quirks-personalised-interventions-for-human-cyber-resilience/
Inka will be presenting this research at the Impact Conference on 2.3.2023 https://www.theimpactconference.com/ Lead researcher/author of the Annual Cybersecurity Attitudes and Behaviours Report (2021 and 2022) https://www.cybsafe.com/whitepapers/cybersecurity-attitudes-and-behaviors-report/
SebDB (most comprehensive cyber security behaviour database) https://www.cybsafe.com/research/security-behaviour-database/
Personality and digital footprints whitepapers: https://www.cybsafe.com/whitepapers/personality-and-digital-footprints/
How to measure security behaviour https://www.cybsafe.com/e-books/how-to-measure-behavior-long-read/
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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw306