Time to Reboot: The I/O Psychology of cybersecurity
The cybersecurity industry is struggling to elevate the workforce, changing corporate behaviors and improving the job environment. Security professionals feel more losses than wins and cultural conflict can be paralyzing. When tools and tech cannot facilitate alignment between security and business strategy, principles of “psychology in the workplace” can be deployed.
By fusing two seemingly unrelated fields, Industrial-Organizational psychology (I-O psychology) and cybersecurity, leaders can improve the relationship, behaviors and communications between the defenders on the frontlines and the business C-Suite.
Annalea has more than 15years experience in cybersecurity and building security teams. She is an influential security leader specializing in information security, governance, compliance and technology. Well-regarded for strategic security enterprise planning, analyzing business value, managing teams and developing partnerships, Annalea manages holistic risk, navigates appropriately and provides valuable solutions to protect the security, integrity, and continuity of critical organizational functions. She has experience leading a multitude of audits, contract negotiations and implementation of security solutionsandexcels at promoting culture change to improve the security, privacy and compliance status of various healthcare, financial and Federal organizations.