Turning fear on its head and embracing a positive security culture

Can the cyber security industry work without “fear”?

The industry is known for using “fear” as a tactic to sell technology. This might work in the short term, but is not a motivator for change in the long term, says Dr Jessica Barker, Chair, ClubCISO.

Here she is at teissLondon2020, explaining why and how embracing the “positive” improves the security culture in an organisation.


teissLondon2020 | The European Information Security Summit

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