...one of our 2019 events...

The Cyber Threat To UK Businesses

This FREE workshop was part of our Cyber Security Leadership Programme

Personalised training for aspiring and existing cyber security leaders 

The Cyber Threat To UK Businesses

 Take Back Control 

for existing and aspiring leaders 

 Date: 29th March 2019

Time: 2pm - 5pm 

Sussex Innovation Centre

Science Park Square

Brighton

BN1 9SB

Name, Title

based on our new

online GCHQ Certified

Training

AGENDA

  • Welcome and Introduction
  • Workshop Aims and Objectives

    • What is the Cyber Threat?

    • What - or Who - is the Target?

    • How do attackers get in?

    • What steps can you take today?

    • Discussion Topic:

      • Deception, Disinformation, Deep Fakes

  • Workshop Review and Next Steps

  • GCHQ Certified Training  

    • ​Discounts, Bonuses and Extras*

  • Wrap-Up and Thank You
     

*workshop attendees only

THREAT

WHAT IS THE REAL THREAT TO YOUR BUSINESS, REPUTATION AND LIVELIHOOD?

TARGET

WHAT - OR WHO - IS THE TARGET? WHAT ARE THEY AFTER AND WHY?

ATTACK

HOW DO ATTACKERS GET INTO YOUR BUSINESS?

PROTECT

WHAT STEPS CAN YOU TAKE TODAY TO PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS, REPUTATION AND LIVELIHOOD?

INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP

small group, friendly atmosphere, healthy snacks

Designed for aspiring and existing leaders

no tech-talk

no jargon

Meet Your Hosts and Speakers

Samantha

Sanderson

Cyber Security Leader

South East Cyber, Founder

GCHQ Certified Training, course author 

Lockcode, Director

Brian

Hitchen

Author

IT Security and GDPR specialist

South East Cyber Founding Member

Paul

Rumsey

IT & Security Leadership

former Barclays CSO VP Global Security Response

Author

Katie

Sanderson

Cyber Security Specialist

South East Cyber, Manager

Lockcode, GCT Training and Engagement Lead

Meet Brian

Brian is a senior level technical security specialist with over 30 years’ experience in the finance sector. His specialist area is digital forensics and in 1995 he installed a Cyber Forensics facility as part of his overarching security role. Since then he has investigated a number of high value financial crimes.

In 2014 he retired from full-time work and has since been researching Cyber Crime and the impact that it has on small to medium sized businesses. He has co-written “Disaster Avoidance” and “Hacked!”, and in 2016 wrote “GDPR: Guiding your business to compliance” which was aimed at European companies. Following the success of this book he wrote “GDPR: How to achieve and maintain compliance” which has a wider audience and aimed at both EU and non-EU based organisations to help them comply in a cost-effective way.

 

He works as a STEM Ambassador, is a member of the BCS, volunteers for the National Coast Watch as well as helps fundraise for his local Lifeboat. Brian is a certified GDPR Practitioner and works with local organisations that need to comply with the Regulations.

Meet Paul

Paul has an extensive background in IT leadership working with financial multinationals in the US and UK, most recently at Barclays as a VP in the CSO.

Paul led a JOC SIEM incident response team driving active intelligence investigations and protecting the bank from cyber, physical and geo political events. This drew upon his security experiences from prior IT leadership, ITIl service governance and operational delivery roles in support of mission critical IT services. He had a key role at Barclays in successfully hosting and delivering the CSCUK 2018 Masterclass Challenge.

Paul is also an IT author. Outside his IT career he previously owned an industry recognised and award winning entertainment business in Los Angeles.

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