MRM Episode 63 - Dr Patrick Scolyer-Gray

There has been a lot of talk lately on the best approach to mitigating the risk of cyber-attack - including on this podcast. My guest in this episode has a very different take on how best to defend an organisation from this incessant risk.Having recently published his first monograph, Dr Patrick Scolyer-Gray’s career has been devoted primarily to the design, development and implementation of Human-Centric Cybersecurity (HCCS), a methodological framework that extends and improves upon the conventional techno-centric ‘layered’ approach to cybersecurity.In his current role, Patrick leads the Human-Centric Cybersecurity (HCCS) consulting practice at the Expert Management Agency (EMA) 460degrees. Throughout his career, Patrick has maintained that the key to achieving a stronger security posture lies not in technology, but instead in social and cognitive elements, such as culture, decision-making and behaviour.This is a fascinating discussion and a must listen for those that want to understand another critical element to cyber defense.Patrick's Contact details:LI: linkedin.com/in/dr-patrick-scolyer-grayE: patrick.scolyer-gray@460degrees.comW: https://www.460degrees.com/expert/dr-patrick-scolyer-gray/Offers:Human-Centric Cybersecurity (HCCS): A Framework: https://lnkd.in/g3UnJgu9 (this is a whitepaper with the full HCCS methodology)Artistic Works of Fiction and Falsehood: An Analysis of the Production and Consumption of Knowledge on 4chan: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0BF9MDSV4 (Kindle version. Also available as a paperback and a hardback edition).Contact ABM Risk Partnership to optimise your risk management approach: email us: info@abmrisk.com.au Tweet us at @4RiskCme Visit our LinkedIn page https://www.linkedin.com/company/18394064/admin/ Thanks for listening to the show and please keep your guest suggestions coming!

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