Visible to the public "Organizations Should Use Psychology to Promote Secure Behavior Among Staff"Conflict Detection Enabled

The Information Security Forum (ISF) encourages organizations to improve employees' security behavior through the use of psychology. The group's report titled Human-Centered Security: Positively Influencing Security Behavior guides organizations on the development of psychological techniques to get employees to engage in more secure behaviors. Human-centered security programs help organizations better understand employees and create initiatives aimed at changing behaviors that would lead to a decrease in security incidents relating to human errors and acts of negligence. As the shift to remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the risk of individual errors that result in security incidents, it is important to promote secure behavior. This article continues to discuss the ISF's report aimed at establishing more secure behaviors among employees.

Infosecurity Magazine reports "Organizations Should Use Psychology to Promote Secure Behavior Among Staff"