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Season 3, Episode 5

November 17th, 2021

Did you know that nearly two-thirds of security leaders believe that employees will cause their next data breach? Two-thirds. That’s pretty high.

This is something that Jessica Burn, a senior analyst at Forrester, wants to discuss on this episode of the RE: Human Layer Security podcast. With Tim away this week, she meets with Tessian’s Henry Trevelyan Thomas to discuss why so many security leaders think this, and how they can overcome these fears by addressing the following questions –  how well do you know the ‘humans’ behind your employees? Do you know how they work and where the most vulnerable moments in their daily lives lie?

After listening to this episode, you’ll walk away with tips on how you can improve your human-centric approach to security.

And if you want to read the report Jess refers to in this episode, visit https://bit.ly/forrester-tessian to download.

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