USING NEUROSCIENCE TO BOLSTER YOUR CYBER SECURITY AWARENESS PROGRAMME

Price:

From €990

Date:

Duration:

2 days

Level:

Basic

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Trainer

Hannah Tufts

Hannah Tufts is an independent strategic communications consultant specialising in cyber security awareness, as well as marketing and brand strategy for cyber security vendors, consultancies and in-house functions across Europe. Hannah possesses a coveted mix of technical cyber security knowledge, expertise in behaviour change, as well as 10 years+ experience in strategic marketing and communications for organisations in cyber security, finance and tech. Hannah studied human neuroscience in depth in the context of our increasing dependence on technology and graduated with Consciously Digital in 2019 as an ICF accredited digital wellbeing coach.
Hannah also works with organisations and schools to encourage fresh and more diverse talent into the industry, and runs immersive programmes designed to enable people to exist, survive and thrive in our highly connected world.

About the training

Convincing colleagues to care about their individual cyber security responsibilities is a challenge that continually demands the most innovative and creative thinking. While the Board is finally prioritising cyber security as a business imperative, many organisations still rely on outdated methods to raise awareness of cyber security risks in the hope people’s behaviour will change.

Delegates will collaborate and coach one another to develop an original toolkit that combines original themes, fresh ideas for implementation, and plus practical resources proven to inspire a new generation of cyber smart employees across each and every level of an organisation.

If you’re ready to exchange dull tick-in-the-box awareness programmes for communications that strengthen culture, you’ll reap the rewards of this course long after the session closes.

Prerequisites: Basic understanding of social engineering