ProcessBolt
From the Summer 2015 Issue

Exploring Behavioral and Neuroscience Approaches to Cybersecurity: A Study of Phishing

Author(s):

Eric Reeves, Senior Manager, Lockheed Martin

The behavioral factors that contribute to users falling victim to phishing attacks include a lack of understanding of how computer systems work, lack of attention, and phishers’ increasingly sophisticated methods of visual deception.  Attacks on our computer systems continue to increase in frequency and sophistication. Organizations invest significant resources in the development of cyber protection … Read more

From the Fall 2014 Issue

Strengthening the Brain of the Cyberwarrior: Using Neuroscience to Improve Education

Author(s):

Eric Reeves, Senior Manager, Lockheed Martin

The domain of cybersecurity has experienced exponential growth within the past several years, and with this growth has come the need for programs to educate and train the personnel employed in the field. A recent search on the internet for “cybersecurity training” returned 25,100,000 results, with options extending across degree and certificate programs at universities … Read more