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Wednesday, November 13 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Leveraging Social Science Theories to Thwart Cyber Attacks!

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Today's cyber criminals have discovered that the fastest and easiest pathway to your digital assets is through your users. It doesn't have to be this way - or at least it should be a lot harder! This session will focus on the evidence-based best practices from the social sciences that can help us transform our user communities from easy targets to resilient allies in our ongoing battle to protect our data and systems from cyber attacks. In this session we will share the foundations of our cyber-mindfulness training model, explain how we developed and implemented our Awareness-Agency-Action engagement practices and discuss examples and best practices for successfully designing, delivering and sustaining an on-going education campaign.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Thomas Skill

Dr. Thomas Skill

University of Dayton
Thomas Skill (Ph.D.1984 SUNY/Buffalo) is Associate Provost & CIO at the University of Dayton.  He has over 35 years of computing and communications technology experience in higher education and is a tenured professor in the Department of Communication at the university.  Among his... Read More →
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Dr. James Robinson

University of Dayton
James D. Robinson is a Professor of Communication at the University of Dayton. He joined the University in 1982 and served as the Director of Graduate Studies for more than fifteen years. During this time he has published two books, 43 refereed journal articles, and 25 book chapters... Read More →


Wednesday November 13, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm EST