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Re-thinking The Human Factor | Information Security, Awareness, Behaviour & Culture

By Marmalade Box

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Welcome to the Re-Thinking the Human Factor podcast. It’s a podcast for information security professionals, where we will be asking our guests to share thoughts and insights on security awareness, behaviour and culture. Our guests come, predominately, from outside of the security industry. They all specialise in elements of awareness, behaviour and culture, or they have effectively tackled similar challenges, in their own industry or careers. The one thing that unites them all is their willingness to share their experience in the hope it might give our audience food for thought.

Customer Reviews

So many insightful, thought-provoking takeaways!

Recently rediscovered this podcast on iTunes and so have been listening and re-listening and there’s so much to take away from these conversations for us security awareness professionals! I have shared with my colleagues in security, policy and change already! Great content - thank you, Bruce and team.

1 word := AWESOME

If you are looking for perceptive, practical and forward thinking insights into the world of information security management and 'ALL' it encompasses, then look no further than these Marmalade Box podcasts. I have been using them to obtain valuable insights whilst reading for my Information Security Masters project and they consistently prove to be invaluable. The guys at Marmalade Box go way beyond the normal realms of simple cybersecurity in organisations, as they weave together what would normally be very disparate elements of the human aspects of security and privacy to consistently deliver salient and thought provoking facts. These can be used, not only as the basis for additional research but also to obtain a better understanding of the holistic nature of culture within organisations as the human factors of information security awareness interact with each other on a daily basis. I believe its broad-minded logic like this that will allow us to design, implement and maintain successful information security programmes well into the 21st century.

Ever found yourself thinking about using comics to deliver effective security awareness campaigns or what it would be like describing what living in the air is like to a fish? I hadn’t either until I listened to these podcasts and if you want to better understand the relevance of this progressive thinking, you really need to download and listen to these podcasts ASAP, I promise you will not be disappointed.

Fascinating insights

Rethinking the human factor offers a different perspective on the subject of information security and security culture. Interviewing experts and specialists from outside the security industry and discussing the application of cultural and behavioural elements of their sectors into the field of security. Refreshing, novel, and really, really valuable information for anyone interested in the human elements of security, as well as those looking for creative and effective strategies for improving security culture and awareness.

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  • Category: Technology
  • Language: English

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