How to include your employees in a layered cyber defense approach | #cybersecurity | #conferences

Find out about the different levers cyber criminals pull to make people more likely to do their bidding

Discover why it is essential to include a human element in your layered cyber defenses


No matter how much investment organizations commit to cyber security technology, employees themselves still present a fundamental security issue.

In this session, Jacqueline Jayne, security awareness advocate for APAC at KnowBe4, will share with you examples of mental manipulation in everyday life, from the tactics used by tricky advertisers to sophisticated social engineering and online scams.

During this webinar you will learn why security awareness is as much about behavior management as it is about knowledge management.

Jayne will show you how to ethically use the very same levers to educate your users against those attacks, because people are often the first line of attack for cyber criminal but can act as the first line of defense with the right knowledge and tools.

Register for this session to discover:

  • The methods that cyber criminals are using to attack your users
  • Why it is important to include the human layer in layered cyber defense
  • How to train, test (phish your users) and monitor the results to strengthen your human firewall


Jacqueline Jayne currently serves as Security Awareness Advocate for the APAC region for KnowBe4, the provider of security awareness and simulated phishing platforms. With more than 20 years’ experience as a conduit between people and technology, she has mastered the art of communication and influence. Previously, Jayne led a successful cybersecurity education and awareness program that changed behavior and culture. Her insights on the human condition and how to engage at all levels in this space are invaluable. Jayne is also a renowned speaker and is giving engaging and thought-provoking talks at conferences around the world. Jayne holds the SACP certification.



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