Whitepaper: Managing Cybersecurity Human Risk

Managing cybersecurity human risk is a whitepaper to free the power of behavioural science by discovering our four-stage cyclic model designed to effectively manage human risk in cybersecurity.

This is a new era of cybersecurity, one where the principles of behavioural science are harnessed to manage human risk. At OutThink, we recognise that cybersecurity is not just about technology – it’s about people, too. We understand that every individual in an organization can be either a weak link or the first line of defense against cyber threats.

Our pioneering approach revolves around a cyclical model that we have formulated for managing human risk. This model identifies the human risk factors within an organisation, assesses their severity and potential impact, applies tailored strategies to mitigate these risks, and evaluates the effectiveness of these strategies. All of this is accomplished through our innovative platform that collects a wealth of data and applies the insights gained from behavioural science.

OutThink also offers a unique approach to identifying inherent risks. We ensure that your training efforts are targeted in a time-efficient and cost-effective manner by uncovering key risk groups within your organisation.

The challenge of cybersecurity is ever-evolving. Despite the implementation of numerous technical and human interventions aimed at reducing the impact of cyber-attacks, cyber criminals continually find ways to circumvent these measures. We provide you with a white paper that reflects and approaches providing you with information to mitigate future risks in a scientific way.


82% of cyber-attacks still involve a human element. Here are solutions to help control risk, from identifying inherent risks to driving a risk aware culture.

Managing Cybersecurity Human Risk

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