25 - 26 September, 2018 | Royce Hotel, Melbourne, VIC

Dr Jacqueline Drew

Senior Lecturer
Griffith University

12:20 PM Cyber Security Risks: Understanding and Mitigating Human Decision-Making Errors of Employees

This session explores key principles and prevention approaches to the management of organisational, cyber security vulnerabilities. It is estimated that over 90% of all cyber incidents experienced by organisations result from human error. Employee decision making errors are a key area of cyber risk that needs to be addressed in order to minimise organisational data breaches and systems compromise.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understanding cyber security vulnerabilities, particularly data compromises resulting from employee decision making errors, and how to manage employee risk
  • The social engineering tactics of cyber offenders being used to target your organisation and third party providers and how organisations and their employees can combat them
  • Developing a robust cyber security culture to manage organisational, reputational risk and building consumer confidence

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Jacqueline.

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