Newsletter November 2023

Here’s our brand-new newsletter. Events, webinars and useful insights to boost your security awareness to the next level!


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Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the holiday season are some of the busiest periods for online shoppers. However, it's also a time when bad actors try to take advantage of the hasty shopping habits of consumers.

Our brains are wired to look for shortcuts and use heuristics to simplify decisions. This makes us more susceptible to scams, especially when we're looking for the best offers, expecting a parcel or a refund.

So, how can we support people to make secure decisions?

Find out "How Redflags® approached holiday season scams in 2023"




We had a great month of events



07 NOVEMBER 2023 

Future of Cyber London

Prospero House 241 Borough High Street - London - SE1 1GA


 15 NOVEMBER 2023

Cyber Security & Data Protection Summit

QEII Centre London

We talked about "In the Moment Nudges – What? How? Applying nudge theory to security awareness"

Find out more here


22 NOVEMBER 2023

CIISec Manchester

Etihad Stadium Manchester

We talked about "Why your security awareness isn’t working and what to do about it".

Find summary here



11 am - 01 NOVEMBER 2023, SASIG 

"Awareness at the point of risk: how to use context and timeliness to engage your people"



Recommended Article

Delighted to be mentioned in Top Takeaways from International Cyber Expo 2023 - Spiceworks



What’s next

05 DECEMBER 2023

Financial SASIG: Adapting to an uncertain world

Bank of England - London

Don't miss my talk "From ‘awareness’ to ‘measurable behaviour change’ – a behavioural science perspective"





Older content you might like



Do You Wanna Be My Sugar Baby? A Tale of Cybersecurity Savvy

Measuring the success of phishing simulations, “positive” behaviour change

An introduction to nudge theory for security awareness



Why your security awareness isn't working and what to do about it


Phishing simulations: The controversial "awareness" programme

We continued the conversation we started on March 22nd facilitated by Gareth Thomas, Education and Awareness Senior Manager, Lloyds Banking Group




Influence and behaviour change - Securing the human factor

Phishing Simulations: should we really send mock emails to our colleagues?



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