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  • What are the human and behavioural factors that impact on cyber security.
  • How the four key elements of Performance Expectancy (PE), Effort Expectancy (EE), Social Influence (SI) and Facilitating Conditions (FC) impact user behaviour.
  • How cognitive dissonance remains despite the level of security awareness training and investment in cyber security.
  • Adoption techniques to help improve cyber security for modern remote workforce.
  • Distilling the CISO at home mentality.

We’ve experienced the rise of cloud app technology, constant connectivity, and mobile devices for the past decade. Now it’s not just easy to work from anywhere - employees expect it. As a result, IT leaders are more challenged than ever to manage remote employees, give out user access, and secure company data.

  1. Employees are asking companies to allow for continued flexible work arrangements, and companies will agree given the potential benefit of savings on physical space
  2. Almost every business agrees that IAM is critical to securing their remote workforce. There has been an increase in digital threats. It has been more challenging to control, prevent, detect, and respond to threats when users connect with various non-company-issued devices from multiple locations
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