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Webinar - The Human Aspect of Cybersecurity

As the scale and complexity of the cyber threat is revealed, so too is the general lack of cybersecurity readiness within organizations, even in those that spend millions of dollars on state of the art technology. 

Most organizations recognize the importance of technological deterrents but fail to acknowledge the critical role that humans must play in securing an organization’s cyber defense. 

Cyber security education is critically important for both the makers and users of technology. Software developers must be trained to ensure the products they build are secure and non-technical employees need to have the basic cyber security awareness necessary to protect both themselves and the organizations they work for. 

In the first webinar in our cybersecurity series, Oz Alashe MBE, the CEO of our partners, CybSafe joined our in-house security specialist Francis McKeagney to discuss a strategy for holistically addressing the human element of cybersecurity.

For more information on how Intuition can help your organization address the human aspect of cybersecurity, fill your details in the form below and we will be happy to help.



2015 is the Year of Mobile Learning. Are you Ready?

We’ve come a long way since the first cellular call was placed from a street corner in Manhattan on April 3rd, 1973. Current projections show there will be 1.75 billion smartphone users by 2015.

This session explores how mobile has transformed so many aspects of our personal lives, from reading books to hailing a cab. Mobile has turned the professional world upside down too, bringing radical changes to email, calendaring, and knowledge sharing.

At Intuition, we believe that mobile technologies will transform the way people learn and gain new skills. Is your workforce ready for the revolution in mobile learning and performance that is coming in 2015?

Is your mobile phone more important than your toothbrush?

According to a recent mobility trends report, the majority of Millennials aged 18-24 rate their mobile phone as more important to their daily lives than their laptop/PC, television, deodorant and toothbrush.

This statistic points to our ever-increasing reliance on mobile technologies in both professional and personal settings. Intuition's webinar recording explores the fundamental shift to a mobile-first mindset among modern professionals.

This webinar explores the following areas:

  • A remarkable increase in mobile data usage
  • The curious habits derived from our increased mobile dependency
  • Rapidly changing technology expectations, particularly among Millennials
  • The impact of mobile-first thinking on on learning and professional development