Headquartered in York, PA, cyberconIQ was founded with the knowledge that technical approaches to cybersecurity do not address the prevalent issues we face today. With years of research and development with financial industry leaders, Dr. James Norrie discovered that our foundational CYBERology™ approach – the intersection of cybersecurity and psychology would improve security outcomes and would advance the risk and compliance culture within organizations world-wide.
Cultivating A Culture Of Trust And Positive Reinforcement
Who We Are
What We Do
Leveraging our CYBERology™ approach, cyberconIQ improves cybersecurity outcomes for clients one employee and style at a time.
How We Do It
Most organizations focus on technology as their primary risk mitigation tools. cyberconIQ’s approach tackles total cybersecurity risk from an integrated perspective, targeting management’s attention on the human elements first. cyberconIQ’s innovative platform enables a company to substantially reduce cyber risk through our patent-pending product solutions and consulting services.
We provide an integrated Human Cyber Risk Management Platform that reduces the probability and/or the cost of a cybersecurity breach by measurably improving our clients risk posture and compliance culture using proprietary and patented solutions that blend technology and psychology.
REDUCE THE PROBABILITY OF A SUCCESSFUL CYBER BREACH
REDUCE THE TOTAL COST A SUCCESSFUL CYBER BREACH
ADVANCE THE RISK & COMPLIANCE CULTURE WITHIN ORGANIZATION
Dr. James L. Norrie is the founder and CEO of cyberconIQ Inc. and a professor of cybersecurity at York College of Pennsylvania. In his sixth book, amazon best-seller Cybercon – Protecting Ourselves From Big Tech and Bigger Lies, he details the development and applications of a proprietary, standardized assessment that can accurately predict your personal online cybersecurity risk style.
A noted expert, he makes frequent media appearances, speaks, writes, and consults globally about how tone-from-the-top, improving cyber situational awareness and other high-impact practices can reduce organizational risk and to help make cybersecurity a team sport. His mission is to tilt the global conversation about social technologies toward hope and dissipate fear by modifying online behavior, mitigating the risks of third-party inspired human hacks, and make the internet a safer place for us all.