Cyberchology: Could psychometric tests lessen vulnerability to cyber security breaches? New research reveals different personality types have different susceptibilities to cyber crime
What personality type are you? According to new research from ESET and The Myers-Briggs Company, organisations engaging in the war against cyber security breaches can help themselves to a new weapon: Cyberchology, applying psychometric tests.
The Cyberchology report found that as far as cyber security is concerned, different personality types have different strengths and weakness.
The Cyberchology report looked at five personality types, which presumably overlap.
- Extraverted personality — those that work out ideas by talking them through
- People with a preference for sensing — those that observe and remember details
- People with a