Cybercriminals and other malicious actors have learned how to exploit the unconscious side of people’s brains to get them to engage in phishing emails, says Bruce Hallas, author of the SABC™ (Security Awareness, Behavior & Culture) Framework, in this clip from the Cyber Work Podcast.
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Bruce Hallas is an enthusiastic advocate, consultant, trainer and speaker in the field of information security awareness, behavior and culture. He has worked over 20 years as an information security manager, practice manager and consultant to lead and support positive change that helps organizations manage risk. As creator of the SABC™ (Security Awareness, Behavior & Culture) Framework, Bruce advocates the role of the human factor in information security through speaking engagements and his "Re-thinking the Human Factor" podcast and book.
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