The latest in cybersecurity behavioral research by our in-house Science and Research team.
The ultimate people-centric guide to ransomware prevention
Stay ahead of cyber threats with our free guide to ransomware prevention. Learn how to educate and empower your employees to prevent attacks and keep your data safe.
2023 Predictions report
Get ready for 2023 with our expert cybersecurity predictions report! Discover insights on cybercrime, human risk, security behaviors, and jobs. Download now!
Oh, Behave! The Annual Cybersecurity Attitudes and Behaviors Report
How much does attitude impact behaviour — and increase cyber security risk? To answer that question and more, CybSafe and the National Cybersecurity Alliance have partnered to produce the (first of its kind) Oh Behave! The Annual Cybersecurity Attitudes and Behaviors Report 2022.
Research series: Personality and digital footprints in cyber security
Our aim is to understand how these factors might play a role in a person’s susceptibility of becoming a victim of cyber crime. First part of the series focuses on personality traits and the way they could be harnessed in cyber security.
Meaningful Metrics for Human Cyber Risk
Most organizations fail to measure their human cyber risk. Some measure security training uptake. Some go a little further and measure suspicious link-clicks or report-rates. But very few can answer key security questions such as “How has our human cyber risk changed over time?” and “Which security interventions reduce most risk?”
Measuring Cyber Security Culture Whitepaper
The CybSafe Culture Assessment Tool (C-CAT) Whitepaper demonstrates an intelligent and scientific approach to people-centric cyber security culture.
Behavior Change: An intelligent approach for cyber security
In this whitepaper, we outline the CybSafe approach to applying behavioural science, how it’s embedded in everything we do and how our products drive behaviour change in employees.
Tackling the Human Aspect of Cyber Security: The Psychology of a Law Firm
The threat to the legal sector. In the aftermath of headline-grabbing cyber attacks, managing partners in law firms around the world have been posing the same question to their firm’s IT leaders: “Could this happen to us?”