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Thursday, April 25 • 10:15 - 11:00
Your People Your Digital

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Whilst technical solutions to cyber security are of real value, much of the disorder, chaos, loss and risk rests with the humans in your business, suppliers or customers. Merely implementing technological solutions, new software, tools and firewalls is not enough and will not protect you from user negligence, disinterest or abuse. Human orientated learning needs to engage and involve users with actions that make sense and are designed to change behavior.

Through a series of examples users can quickly and easily identify what to do in many situations. An immersive approach that is designed to embed effective choices will help to add value to the technology deployed in any organisation. This approach includes top and middle management who should be prepared to take command, learn about new risks, threats and harm and be able to act promptly.

This talk will demonstrate some simple case studies, using a variety of methods to help engage users in identifying what to do. Most importantly it will help leaders to appreciate the impact of decisions and the need to react, but also to plan and prepare for the next cyber-attack, or at least for the current cyber-attack to become visible.

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Stuart Hyde QPM

Consultant, Stuart Hyde Associates Ltd.
Stuart is an experienced executive level police leader with 30 years of city, urban and rural policing which culminated in the presentation of the Queens Police Medal and a certificate of exemplary service. As well as creating the blueprint for the UK Online Child Protection organization... Read More →

Thursday April 25, 2019 10:15 - 11:00 ADT
Track 2 A1