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Survey - Security Organization Effectiveness and Human Motivations

September 9th, 2016

I'm preparing a talk entitled "It's the people, stupid" for Velocity NYC 2016, in which I explore the impact of human motivations on end-user security and the approach we take to solving security related problems.

In an effort to ensure I look beyond just my particular experiences and to gauge the focus and direction my possible audience might have, I've created this survey. Your help in getting me to better understand our industry and methodology by filling out this form and forwarding it in your circles would be greatly appreciated!

All questions in this survey are optional. The survey is as anonymous as Google Forms allows them to be (no login required, no specific information collected that should identify you or your organization uniquely, ...). Results will be shared at/after Velocity NY.

If you have questions or comments, you can email me at jschauma@netmeister.org or contact me on Twitter: @jschauma.


Sneak peek:

September 9th, 2016


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