In this episode, we speak with Alex Webling about ways security managers and departments can use the science of behavioural economics to drive positive security outcomes.
Alex Webling is the Director of Resilience Outcomes Australia, a consultancy helping business and government meet their strategic challenges in organisational and cyber resilience, security governance, privacy and information security.
Alex is a member of the Standards Australia Board on Security and Resilience (MB-025), international rapporteur for resilience for the ISO technical committee 292 (Security and Resilience), Australian Liaison to JTC1 on the ISO 27000 Information Security Management Standard family and an Associate of the Australian Risk Policy Institute. He has been a Gateway reviewer since 2014.
Until 2012, Alex was a senior executive in the Australian Government. He was the Foundation Director of the Government computer emergency response team (CERT). As Head of Protective Security Policy responsible for creating the Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) and introduced the federal government’s streamlined Personnel Security System and single information classification system.
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The podcast duration is 29 minutes and 58 seconds.