Why storytelling needs to be part of your cyber-defences

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Stories form us, motivate us and change us: why storytelling needs to be a critical part of your cyber-defences. 

We all tell stories. Stories are all around us. It’s a process that starts in childhood with fables and never stops. They’re not mere entertainment, they are how we build business, cultures, societies, and relationships. That’s what stories are for. They instruct us, inspire us, and warn us. We learn what to do, and what not to do through stories.

That’s why storytelling can be an integral part of an effective enterprise-wide transformation strategy to deliver an effective cyber resilience awareness campaign programme.

As Maya Angelou, the author once said: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

In this lively and stimulating webinar we’ll examine how stories (fictional and reality based) can change how we feel and act. How they can cut through the technological haze and security jargon to the real source of most threats: our human behaviour and biases. By getting ‘emotional’ about tech we make it more human enabling engagement and behaviour change. Stories should be key to your transformation and resilience. 

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