Want a Stronger Cybersecurity Culture? Time to Destigmatize Mistakes

A common refrain in cybersecurity circles is that humans are your weakest link. There’s truth in this, but making this the focal point of your cybersecurity training and culture can sometimes have unintended consequences.

A more helpful approach is to find a way to build a culture where humans become the strongest link. How do you begin such a project? The answer lies in finding a way to encourage trial and error in a safe space, to lead with compassion to ultimately reduce threats.

Sound like an oxymoron? Read on.

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