To combat cybercrime fatigue, we need to make good cyber practice easier and more rewarding, says BAE Systems’ James Hatch.
For too long, protecting organisations from cybercrime has been a daily marathon. A never-ending but necessary process that every business must endure. But what if we make it simpler and more engaging, and therefore easier to implement, with businesses even encouraging good practice with incentives?
To truly engage people, we should be forming security processes that complement our natural human behaviours, instead of turning cyber security into a laborious task.
By James Hatch
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