Friendly Fire Podcast
A Podcast Exploring Employee Risk and How to Create Better Security Ecosystems
Did You Know?
Recent studies show that 82% of cyber incidents result from unintended human behavior. Further, the errant behavior of only 8% of all users creates most of this risk. This is pretty alarming, and yet no one is talking about it. Mitigating the risk of these individuals can have a force multiplier effect on reducing overall enterprise cyber risks.
Welcome to Friendly Fire: Mitigating Employee Risk. Where we explore Human Risk, to raise awareness across the industry, and stimulate discussion on how we can enhance both technical controls and stronger security culture to reduce the risk of everyone’s primary attack vector - our employees.
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FC, an ethical hacker, social engineer, and Co-CEO of Cygenta, explores ways that any system involving humans can be vulnerable.
Dr. Ed Amoroso, CEO of TAG Cyber, talks about the role of people in building a cybersecurity strategy and the three dogmas of cybersecurity.
Join Executive CISO of Afni, Brent Deterding as he shares how to properly lead your users as a CISO. Take risks while getting the most bang for your buck.
Companies need to put more effort into empowering their people when it comes to creating a cybersecurity culture. This is […]
There is a looming threat in the healthcare industry today: ransomware. Eddie Borrero, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer […]
With 6% of users responsible for causing 90% of security incidents, mitigating the impact of unintentional insider risk should be a top priority in your organization.
Episode 1: When it comes to cybersecurity and protection, it’s easy to blame the individual. But what are more effective methods to counter human risk?