Yesterday I spoke at BSides Toronto about security and behavioral economics. I was uncertain about how it would be received and I'm very happy to see that the audience enjoyed it and a few people came after it to ask questions and talk about it. I'm working on an expanded version (yesterday was only 25 minutes) that I hope to present in a bigger conference next year.
My slides and notes can be downloaded here. I'll also post the video as soon as it's posted by BSidesTO.