Join the National Cyber Security Alliance and Nasdaq for the next Cybersecurity Summit, “Usable Security”, an in depth look at research and best practices for designing security products and processes that are usable by those who need them. Public and private-sector experts from various industries and disciplines will come together to discuss innovations and best practices in technology/product design with a human-centric focus, best practices for implementing and measuring effective training and awareness programs, and will highlight current methods cyber threat actors are using to manipulate human behavior.
Secure By Design: Building Security Into the Design of Products and Processes
A complication of today’s security culture is designing products and processes that result in improved privacy and security outcomes for intended users. Experts will explore the relationship between security and usability, and share insights on designing products & systems that effectively influence users’ ability to perform tasks securely.
Security Awareness Programming to Change Behavior
When designing and implementing employee cybersecurity awareness programs, how do you take the complexity of human behavior into account? Current best practices go beyond PowerPoint & include collaborative, creative, and data-driven approaches that actually change behavior. Experts will share emerging trends and innovative approaches to designing effective enterprise security awareness programs.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Cybersecurity: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Just as human behavior can be used for good or bad, this duality can also be applied to AI and ML. This panel will discuss innovative ways enterprises are using AI and ML to detect and thwart criminal activity, while also discussing how cyber criminals are using AI and ML to design more sophisticated attacks.
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