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Employee Burnout Will Probably Cause Your Next Data Breach
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Stateful Machine Learning is Our Best (And Only) Bet
Traditional machine learning methods that are used to detect threats at the machine layer aren’t equipped to account for the complexities of human relationships and behaviors across businesses over time. There is no concept of “state” — the additional variable that makes human-layer security problems so complex.
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Season 1, Episode 6

January 29th, 2021

What makes your organization tick? What does it love and what does it hate?  Where do your employees ‘hang out’ and share information?  Are your employees happy?

These are the things that social engineers are looking to find out. These are things that help hackers hack humans to hack organizations – and they’re getting pretty good at it.

World-renowned social engineer and people hacker Jenny Radcliffe joins Tim Sadler on the podcast this week to discuss the art of persuasion, manipulation and persuasion. She reveals how cybercriminals can convince your employees into doing their malicious deeds for them and explains why business leaders must know their people better than the bad guys.

If you want to hear more from Jenny, you can listen to her own podcast – Human Factor Security.

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