Episode 11: With Peter Coroneos on using humanity to inform technology

Episode 11: with Peter Coroneos on using humanity to inform technology

As the title suggests, this podcast is all about unearthing a new perspective on risk.

My guests are experts in their fields where they impact risk either directly or indirectly. My interviews aim to lift the lid on risk and rip it apart to give you a whole new perspective on it.

My name’s Lisa Sisson and I am founder of risk consultancy, Unearth. I’m also becoming known somewhat as a “Risk Rebel”.

At Unearth we believe that risk starts and ends with people. Equally, we believe that opportunity starts and ends with people. So if you’re not looking at risk with, through and by your people, then you are not only leaving your organisation exposed to risk, you are also not opening up the opportunities that a people-centred risk strategy will deliver.

Peter Coroneos, International Vice President of the global Cybersecurity Advisors Network (CyAN) is my guest on this podcast.

As an internationally recognised authority on cyber policy, Peter was invited twice to the White House to brief the Obama Administration cybersecurity leadership. He is an Internet industry leader, an activist, and policy innovator. Through CyAN he champions innovation in critical cyber skills, capacity building and behavioural change while supporting the business, professional and personal development of the organisation’s members.

Peter has a remarkable back story which he shares with us in this episode. That alone is fascinating, but the insights he has developed as a result of his life’s journey are incredibly valuable.

There is so much gold in this episode, but some of the big topics that come up in this interview include:

  • The perpetual problem of human behavioural risk in society
  • Why we should approach influence with caution
  • The capacity for technology to change the world and impact our relationships
  • The importance of remembering the human problem that is being solved throughout the multiple waves of innovation
  • Understanding the unintended consequences of technologies
  • Using humanity to inform policy

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