Showing posts from March, 2021

C3L supporting Poole Hospital Charity event - March for Men 2021

 The employees of C3L are taking part in March for Men 2021 and would appreciate your support.  Poole Hospital are calling on men - sons, fathers, brothers, uncles, grandfathers as well as their loved ones, to come together to walk, jog or run either 1km, 5km or 10km to help raise important funds to support men from across Dorset receiving treatment for prostate cancer at Poole Hospital. March for Men is a virtual event, meaning you can undertake your walk or run at a location of your choice anytime during March. No matter your age, ability or gender you can be a part of this amazing event. Poole Hospital Charity are excited to be joining March for Men for the first time and taking part to raise vital funds for men's health in Dorset. With your support, they can make a difference to men receiving life saving cancer treatment at Poole Hospital. If you would like to donate this event there are links provided: https://www.justgiving.c

Cognitive Psychology and Cybersecurity

 Introduction  This post will aim to give an overview of the application of cognitive psychology to cybersecurity and how it can be used to enhance human factors within the field of cybersecurity.    Cognitive psychology is defined as the branch of psychology devoted to studying mental processes. There are many different types of mental processes and how people use them in their unique ways to draw conclusions and make decisions. Thus, cognitive psychology encompasses a very broad range of subjects. These include but not limited too; r easoning; j udgment; a ttention and decision making. Which are the areas social engineering attacks aim to undermine to manipulate.  An important thing to remember about cognitive psychology is that it isn't just about the thoughts that an individual have but also about how those thoughts impact their behaviour. Cognitions, or thought processes, are what happens to someone between perceiving something with their senses and behaviour in response.   Th