Beyond Security Awareness: Prioritizing Behavior Change
Featuring Guest Panelists from Forrester and Medtronic
Recorded live on December 12, 2023
74% of data breaches include the human element, according to 2023 Verizon DBIR report. For a long time, security professionals have turned to trainings and phishing simulations to try to mitigate people risk. And yet, security teams find that people bypass security intentionally. It’s clear that organizations need to go beyond traditional training and phishing tests. But how do you effectively change risky behaviors and mitigate people risk?
Join us for this 1-hour webinar. We will be joined by guest speakers, VP, Principal Forrester Analyst, Jinan Budge, and Director of Global Security at Medtronic, Molly McLain Sterling. During this lively discussion we’ll cover:
Ways to reduce people risk more effectively
What is people-centric security and why is it important
How to motivate employees to prioritize security and change behavior
How to get CISO’s to prioritize behavior change program
VP, Principal Analyst at Forrester
Jinan leads Forrester’s security and risk research in Asia Pacific. Jinan’s research focuses on enabling chief information security officers (CISOs) and technology executives to lead a high-performing security organization and culture. Jinan globally leads Forrester’s awareness, behavior, and culture coverage, using strategic and innovating thinking to shape the market. Jinan is also an advocate for diversity and inclusion in security. She focuses on ensuring that cybersecurity teams not only attract but also retain the best talent, and she brings a local and global perspective and cultural lens to her research and practice.
Molly McLain Sterling
Director of Global Security Culture at Medtronic
Molly McLain Sterling is the Director of Global Security Culture at Medtronic, having been there since 2007. Her mission is to drive cyber resiliency by empowering 100,000+ employees worldwide to be more secure at work and at home. She has over 15 years of experience in the medical technology industry and has a thriving Security Ambassadors Program that is driving DE&I in security. She is an active member of the security culture community, regularly serving on advisory boards, and speaking at events and on podcasts about human risk management. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater and a Master’s of Science in Cybersecurity Management.