Auditorium Oct 03, 2018 09:30 - 10:00

Cognitive research shows that fear blocks rational and critical thinking, yet it has become the official language of today’s security industry, sacrificing desperately needed political and societal improvements for short-term publicity and attention. We watch in frustrated horror as politicians and governments around the world capitalize on this fear to justify overreaching, unjust, and discriminating policies under the guise of security. How can we reverse this trend and remove our dependency on fear-mongering tactics to better protect our organizations and communities? How do we empower consumers to make safer decisions while avoiding the backlash of fear?

Security and Privacy Communications Lead


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