The human element is increasingly recognized as the biggest vulnerability in cybersecurity and the largest contributor to operational risk yet no risk frameworks effectively quantifies or assesses human factor risks. These findings are the subject of collaborative research with leading Ivy league universities and the Cognitive Risk Institute. This session goes beyond internal controls, audit and compliance to present a framework that integrates risk governance, cybersecurity and ERM practice in novel ways based on evidence-based scientific research.
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