Time
4 hours 12 minutes
Difficulty
Advanced
CEU/CPE
5

Video Transcription

00:00
Hello and welcome to another video from the module attribution.
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After seeing the cognitive biases and logical fallacy, let's learn together in this lesson how to manage them.
00:13
Now that we gather, it's some knowledge to identify biases and logical fallacies.
00:18
It's about time to see how we can avoid them or manage them or mitigate them, which is the main objective off this lesson.
00:27
Basically, the cognitive bias mitigation
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consists on the reduction off negative effects off cognitive biases,
00:35
but and we totally avoid our Bisys.
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My answer is, no
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errors in analyzes may happen, and it is extremely difficult exercise for analysts to defeat their vices, especially the experience at once.
00:52
Bye improvement, understanding off vices. It becomes easier to identify and mitigate the impact off flowed reasoning and decision making conventions.
01:04
An increasing number off academic and professional disciplines are identifying means off cognitive bias medication.
01:12
Let's see how we can manage our bisys
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first. It is highly recommended to avoid making decisions under time pressure. Our ability to detect on correct in error in judgment significantly worsen when we are deciding under pressure.
01:30
Second
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is also advice to avoid making decisions when we are cognitively involved in different task.
01:41
Some researchers show that performance on puzzle silent tasks
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reduces if participants are asked to keep some numbers in their heads while they are solving the puzzle.
01:53
What matters here isn't how many emails reply or how many lines off, Kolja writes. What matters instead, is the quality off your thinking on decisions
02:06
insert. It's important to train yourself to think statistically. Statistical thinking is taxing so it doesn't come to us intuitively.
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Humans overweight low and high probabilities and completely ignore very low on very high probabilities.
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And finally, please always review your findings with Pierce.
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Ask others to review your conclusions.
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Sometimes others will see things that you missed or can identify gaps in your argument that need to be addressed.
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They also provide information that your conclusions are sound and reasonable, given your later.
02:50
People tend to make mistakes when there is too much information,
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good blacks, information or information linked to probabilities. Do you remember the analyzes methods and techniques that we discuss it in one off our previous models? I mean the structural analytic techniques such as analyzes off competing hypotheses, devils, advocacies, cybercult chain
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Nyman model
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and courses, affections,
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the biggest contribution off these methods is tohave. Analysts defeat and manage their biases and policies.
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Let's take the example off entering,
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because in cyber threat intelligence, there is new information emerging every second, and ensuring would be one of the most common difficult Bisys to defeat.
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This is why working on an analysis using the technique off competing hypothesis or a CH is good in this situation,
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with a condition off rethinking new sets off hypothesis whenever there is new information available.
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So please don't fall in the trap off tweak and old hypothesis because it will only lead to errors in conclusions.
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After taken the time to review our experiences, professional environment and decision making habits, we will all likely find that some of these biases impact us,
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our teams or our companies more heavily than others.
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It is critical, even in today's environment, off never ending alerts and dangers that cyber security teams and professionals slow down and think more deeply unstrap tragically in order to combat their vices.
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If not,
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we may find that vices are blinding us.
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You're the real threats.
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This is why we dedicated this'll Essen to see if we can't really avoid our vices.
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and how can we manage them using some of the techniques that we learned in previous lessons?
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We have also discusses the entering bias.
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And how can we manage this bias using the technique off a T H.
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The next video will be the last one for this model,
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and it will be covering the nation state attribution topic.

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