Diane Ritchey | September 2, 2019
Time after time, we have seen that the next “Big Thing” in cybercrime goes live before we have even started getting to grips with the last “Big Thing.”
That’s why new research is suggesting a different method to mitigate cyberattacks: your personality.
According to a report, Cyberchology: The Human Factor, from ESET and The Myers-Briggs Company, organizations engaging in the war against cybersecurity breaches can use cyberchology, which is a method of applying psychometric tests.
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