Cybersecurity cultural awareness evolves into Human Risk Management

28/05/2024 | Infosecurity Magazine

As concerns about cyber threats increase, human flaws have become the primary target for attackers, giving rise to the concept of human risk management (HRM), which focuses on targeted interventions to improve security behaviours. Traditional security awareness training falls short in addressing behavioural reactions and habits, leading to the need for a new approach. HRM involves gaining visibility into individual employees' behaviours to provide real-time coaching and prevent training fatigue. This approach aims to respect employees' time and empower them to make secure choices.

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