Cyberchology: The Human Factor

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Every organisation is now a digital business. Driven by developments in technology, companies have digitised their services and offerings to meet the ever-growing demand from consumers. However, evolution also comes with its own risk, and in this case, it is a significant rise in cybercrime that is extremely diverse and unpredictable.

Despite the risks involved, cyber security is something many businesses leave up to dedicated IT specialists, when in fact a lot of breaches could be avoided if a more integrated and business-wide approach to cyber security were adopted.

This paper, compiled in partnership with ESET, a global leader in IT security, and The Myers-Briggs Company, the business psychology organisation, investigates the link between personality type and vulnerabilities to cybercrime.

Download the full whitepaper here.