Hardware and software are often the first things that come to mind when you think of cybersecurity. But another factor is just as important: the human element.
Social engineering attacks like phishing illustrate this point. That’s when a cybercriminal weaponizes a digital channel like an email to trick victims into giving up sensitive information.
Dr. Sean Guillory has made the study of human behavior—positive, negative, and everything in between—his life’s work. At Booz Allen, he’s blending this knowledge with expertise in robotics and automation to help organizations protect themselves from emerging threats and better enable warfighters to navigate rapidly evolving technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI).
Read on to learn about Sean’s career path, his current work in the digital battlespace, and how he’s shaping the future.