It’s an all-too familiar story: A company reports a data breach,and there’s an immediate blame game. Inevitably, we point the finger at humans — the person who responded to that phishing email ( a fake message that a bad actor uses to gain access to a broader set of data or a network) or who unknowingly clicked on ransomware “malvertising” (a fake ad that, when clicked, releases malware that locks digital files and demands a ransom to release the data).
May 05, 2015
Change: Three Ways to Challenge Today’s Security (UX) Thinking
While big data analytics and user experience communities (UX) have made phenomenal technical and analytic breakthroughs, they remain stovepiped, often working at odds, and alone each will never be silver bullets.