We are pleased to announce that Bruce Hallas will be speaking at CSP 2017, held in York on May 23rd/24th 2017.
CSP brings together in the region of 500 delegates from UK and international cyber security community, drawn from businesses, academia, public sector, defence and emergency services, as well as from vendors.
Not “just another cyber security event”, it offers an opportunity for the audience to interact, share experiences, challenge current ways of thinking and doing and to gain actionable intelligence. The agenda leans heavily towards round table discussions and workshops where everyone has equality of voice and where new, fresh and challenging thinking is encouraged.
Bruce Hallas’ session is entitled:
“What security professionals can learn from Olympic Gold winning British Sports when it comes to gains in security awareness, behaviour and culture”.
The talk will be of interest to information security professionals who are responsible for information security strategy, education and awareness programme development or compliance. The talk will confirm the business case for awareness, behaviour and culture, and challenge existing mainstream approaches to education and awareness in achieving their objectives of changing behaviours and culture. Bruce will illustrate how awareness and behaviour programmes should not only aim to reduce risk of an event happening but also, if done correctly, can reduce the impact should your security practices be investigated following an incident. He will also consider the opportunities available by adopting a “marginal gains strategy” for improving security awareness and behaviour and what these marginal gains may be.
To find out more about the event and to register click here.
Bruce will be attending the event on both days. If you would like to schedule some 1:1 time with him please contact us.