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Human Risk Management

RemotelyMe helps prevent the 90% of

security breaches caused by human error.


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"Many CISOs question the benefit and effectiveness of training

...focusing instead on positively influencing employee behavior and instilling a security culture."

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"Core capabilities offered by security awareness computer-based training (SACBT) to make impactful changes to human risk."

Office Conversation

Forrester, IBM, and Gartner say 90% of security breaches are caused by mistakes, and Gallup says disengaged workers make 60% more mistakes. New NIST CSF 2.0, CIS18, PCI DSS 4.0, NIS2, and other mandates focus on "people" requirements for communications, risk-aware cultures, roles, responsibilities, supply chains, and HR practices, but traditional security, training, and HRM solutions don't address these. One breach, audit failure, or lawsuit could result in millions for remediation, brand damage, and lost revenue.

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To ensure compliance, you likely use a framework such as the Center for Internet Security (CIS18) or the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0, which now has a new Govern Function. CIS18 has similar User requirements, but other HRM solutions don't cover these.


NIST and Department of Defense (DoD) Zero Trust frameworks have "User" as the first pillar. If anyone on your team is disgruntled and can't be trusted, you could have a security breach or fail an audit. 

RemotelyMe is the first to map biomarkers to predict which workers may be engaged or disengaged--and therefore prone to mistakes that lead to incidents. Our patent pending and proven solutions determine neurotransmitter balances related to soft skills, attributes, stress situations, leadership, trust, and security risk factors.


Harvard University and LinkedIn say over 85% of job failures are due to soft skills. What if you could match your team's soft skills to roles and responsibilities? What if you could flag risks before they lead to bad press? Should Bob be on your Incident Response (IR) team and for which roles? Should Susan be involved in tabletop exercises? Is Alan disgruntled and prone to mistakes?    

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Gartner says: "Security awareness computer-based training services offer a stable set of core capabilities yet risky employee behavior persists. New, emerging capabilities apply behavioral science principles, data analytics and automation to help cybersecurity leaders reduce risk via measurable culture change."

To create an effective SBCP and attain the highest Tier 4 Adaptive scores for NIST CSF 2.0 Govern Function "people" requirements, it's time to go beyond outdated security awareness training and adopt advanced HRM, starting with this simple three-step process...

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1. Set an example

  • Start with your IT & security teams with 9-min assessments

  • Measure trust, risks, soft skills & leadership scores

  • Complete security, trust & soft skills training (short courses)​


2. Ensure compliance

  • Align roles, responsibilities, interviews, etc. with new mandates

  • Map scores to NIST CSF 2.0, CIS18, PCI DSS 4.0, ZTA, etc.

  • Ensure higher scores for new Govern, User, Role, etc. requirements


3. Create a high-trust, low-risk culture

  • Expand to select employees with assessments & AI-personalized messaging

  • Measure trust, risks, soft skills, leadership scores & set access permissions

  • Personalize security & career training, run phishing simulations

"Human Risk Management (HRM) is one of the hottest cybersecurity segments that will more than double from $5B to $12B by 2027. RemotelyMe offers unique solutions that could make them an HRM leader, including the behavioral science Gartner says is a key requirement that's missing from other solutions." 
-Rob Smith, former Gartner Analyst, Managing Director of Lionfish Advisors


Have your team complete the RemotelyMe Career Quotient Indicator (CQI) assessment in 9 minutes.


RemotelyMe completes an analysis for soft skills, attributes, strengths, leadership qualities, trust factors, and risk issues and provides detailed reports in a dashboard. Reports and dashboards also show business cyber risk and category risk scores, as well as compliance risks scores for NIST and other frameworks and mandates. Included are toolkits, awareness posters, training reports, and more.

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The RemotelyMe HERMAN LEARN training platform includes dozens of security & awareness training courses that are fast, visual, and entertaining. You can also run phishing simulations to test effectiveness. Unlike other HRM solutions, our courses are personalized based on learner types (determined by CQI assessments) to ensure 60% higher content retention.


Forrester and Gartner say basic training is no longer adequate. HERMAN LEARN helps you create a high-trust, low-risk security culture by also offering courses to improve trust, soft skills, engagement, and leadership skills. HERMAN LEARN prescribes continuous "checkups" to improve scores for each individual and ensure they're engaged and low risk. They can certify as High Trust Accredited Professionals, which impresses auditors and provides your firm with a competitive advantage.

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Create a high-trust, low-risk security bevavior culture

RemotelyMe Awards

High trust for privileged access management (PAM) and physical security 

RemotelyMe has partnered with Alert Enterprise, the leader in PAM and badged physical security access. Now you can allow or deny access to sensitive information and locations based on user trust.

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