(CONCLUDED) Cyber Attack - Prepare, Prevent or Protect? / 22nd February 2017


Wednesday 22nd February 2017 
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly
13:00 - 17:00

    The threat continues and promises not to go away anytime soon.  As the newspapers fill with reports of hacking, platform failures and ultimately reputational damage, the work to identify threats, manage failures and share solutions remains an acute element of the resilient effort that should be undertaken by us all.  

    The government agencies and internet providers continue to give advice about steps that we can take to protect ourselves.  This isn’t enough.  The ‘buck’ stops with each individual and each company and this briefing explores the very latest advice from some of the best placed sector leaders in this field.  In the very latest in this CSARN series of cyber related subjects, delegates will hear how they can best position their companies and their staff in order to avoid a cyber breach.

    This CSARN briefing is therefore a critical one to attend for anyone who wants to be prepared and protected in the future.

        The areas that will be covered:

        • The latest threats and risks to electronic platforms
        • The thinking beyond governmental and ISP advice
        • What are the priority ‘must do’ tasks to avoid an attack?
        • How do you recover quickly post event in order to survive and thrive?
        • Prepare, Prevent or Protect? What order to adopt?

        Leaders who should attend:

        • CIO’s
        • CTO’s
        • Crisis Team Leaders
        • Business Recovery Team Leaders
        • Government agencies
        • Local government representatives
        • Supply Chain Providers    

        Confirmed Speakers

        13:00 Registration and Refreshments
        13:30 Chair
        13:35 Joseph Giddens / Financial Crime, Fraud and Cybercrime Prevention, Met Police
        Is Cyber Awareness, Cyber Preparedness?
        14:05 Tal Lambert / Wing Commander, Head of the Cyber and Simulation School at the Defence Academy for the UK
        Winning the War for Cyber Talent
        14:35 Brian Higgins / Business Development Manager (EMEA), (ISC)², Inc.
        Is a skills deficit in the Security space leaving the UK and it’s Critical National Infrastructure exposed to Cyber attack? 
        15:05 Q & A
        15:25 Coffee & Networking
        15:45 Graeme McGowan / Associate Director, Cyber & Security Risk, Optimal Risk
        Pre-Active Cyber Defence
        16:15 Martin McDonald / MD, BaddieRadar
        The Cyber Conundrum: Live Together. Or Die Apart
        16:45 Q & A 
        16:45 Q & A, Networking & Close

          Delegate Fee

          CSARN Members | FREE

          Standard Fee | £149.00

          Public Sector | £95.00

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