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Human-Centric Cybersecurity

Black Hat USA 2019
Wed, Aug 7 - Thu, Aug 8
in Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV
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Join Forcepoint at Black Hat USA 2019 to explore how we leverage behavioral analytics and automated policy enforcement to identify high-risk activity, prioritize security response, and adapt security controls in near real time.

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Business Hall Booth #622 – Shoreline

Join us at Black Hat 2019 to explore how Forcepoint applies deep behavioral insights into our integrated security solutions to more quickly identify risky activity. Leveraging behavioral analytics, our automated policy enforcement can then prioritize security response and adapt controls in near real time.

Get a demo to see how our solutions can solve your challenges

  • Dynamic Data Protection to next gen your data protection
  • CASB and Web Security to secure SaaS and cloud adoption
  • SD-WAN to enable connectivity and security in distributed environments
  • Cross Domain to enable secure sharing across separate sensitive networks

Attend our theater presentations for more on our unique approach 

  • Next generation data protection
  • Compliance without the complexity
  • Transforming networking and security and protecting data through digital transformation
  • Workforce protection
  • Breaches and evasions

You’ll score a free t-shirt when you watch a presentation or a demo. Plus, we’re giving away a Raspberry Pi every 15 minutes!

Want to deep dive on human-centric cybersecurity? Request a meeting or a demo with us during Black Hat USA 2019.

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CZ102 – Oceanside

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Our Sessions

Sparking Curiosity to Change Security Behaviors

Business Hall Theater A

Aug 7, 2019 |
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Curiosity is a powerful catalyst for behavioral changes, but for the most part, curiosity has been used to exploit users rather than to motivate positive security behaviors. This session explores the science of curiosity, provides examples of how curiosity increases security risks, and discusses strategies for using curiosity to increase engagement and positive security behaviors. Attendees will learn strategies to motivate positive security behaviors as a means to mitigate risk and decrease alert fatigue within an organization.

Speakers

Margaret Cunningham

Margaret Cunningham

Principal Research Scientist

Dr. Margaret Cunningham is Principal Research Scientist for Human Behavior within Forcepoint X-Labs, focused on establishing a human-centric model for improving cybersecurity. Previously, Cunningham supported technology acquisition, research and development, operational testing and evaluation, and integration for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Coast Guard.