The secret to secure
behaviour change?

 

The right guidance, at the right time, in the right way

90% of successful cyber attacks start with a human user

technical controls can never promise to be 100%

your people will always be your last line of defence.

Empower your users to protect themselves with
Redflags™ from ThinkCyber

Experienced CISOs know that phishing simulations have limited effect and that we can all fall for tricks when vulnerable; awareness campaigns only work for a short period before people forget the messages; and everyone hates computer based training!

What I like about Redflags™ from ThinkCyber is that messages can be tailored and delivered “in-the-moment” as someone is about to do something risky.

Based on the psychology of how to change behaviour, Redflags™ reminds people what good practice looks like as they undertake specific activities, but without actually preventing the activity and interrupting business.

Robert Coles

Ex CISO GSK, National Grid

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Failure might not be the teachable moment we think it is…

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Still chasing users to do their awareness training?

One organisation recorded just a 17% completion rate following their initial email asking people to do mandatory security awareness training… …it’s little wonder some businesses end up with a cottage industry of line managers, HR and infosec staff chasing people to...

Recognition

ThinkCyber have earned recognition for their innovative approach:

Finalists in the New York
City Mayor’s Office
Cyber Security Moonshoot
competition 2019

Finalists at
[email protected] 9.0

Finalists at the
National Cyber
Security Awards 2019

Part of the first cohort
for the government’s
flagship cyber security
accelerator LORCA