Making the Shift to Human Centered Security
“Essentially, they are playing the tune, and we’re dancing to it”
– Richard Ford
Traditionally in cybersecurity, technology is the central focus. Adversaries act; security controls respond. It is time to change the dynamic with a shift to human-centered security, says Ford.
The traditional, tech-centric approach cedes too much control to the attackers. Human-centered security is that point of contact between the human and the data, and making certain that the data is most available and most valuable to you, but also most protected when it’s most at risk.
Learn in this exclusive interview by ISMG’s Vice President of editorial, Tom Field, and Forcepoint’s Chief Scientist, Richard Ford.
- The rationale behind making the shift to human-centered security;
- The tools and skills necessary;
- How human-centered security will aid response to modern attacks such was WannaCry.