RSAC 2016 Presentation: “Dar-win or Lose: the Anthropology of Security Evolution”

My full presentation from RSAC 2016 has been posted on YouTube:

Culture lies at the root of how we define safety. Self-driving cars developing in the 1950s, planned for the 1970s, abruptly stopped. Why? An altered risk tolerance may have changed everything. Could anthropology be a useful tool to understand security worry or even the key to unlock acceptance of safe technology? This session provides the audience tips on evolution in security culture, mapped to major events, with insights that may surprise.

Learn a new framework for how events determine risk tolerance and what you can do with it. This session provides sometimes humorous and often sad examples of security culture evolution.

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