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Interview: Dr Jessica Barker

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There aren’t many things as intricate and complex as information security, but human behavior is probably one of them. At least, that’s the message Michael Hill got after spending an afternoon with independent cybersecurity consultant Dr Jessica Barker.

In today’s world, information security advisors are far from a rarity. However, one of the things that distinguishes Jessica from most of them is that instead of focusing on the technical, she specializes in the ‘human side’ of cybersecurity, advising FTSE 100 companies, central government, SMEs, the media and conference audiences both in the UK and across the globe on how human behavior directly impacts security.

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