Wesleyan, in partnership with The London Digital Security Centre, are delighted to invite you to register for a place to join us at Wesleyan Assurance Society head office in Birmingham for a FREE full day conference to help you secure your business in the digital age.
Digital Security doesn’t have to be costly or difficult. During the day, you will hear from leading industry professionals on why you need to understand today’s challenges and how to take steps to protect your business, your customers and reap the benefits that digital technologies bring.
The event is designed from a non-technical perspective, so is jargon free. You will come away with a greater insight to what digital security means to you and your business and practical steps on how to increase your security going forward.
To register for your place at the event please sign up for your free ticket here.
This event is kindly sponsored by Natwest, Identifi Global and Del Secureworks.
London Digital Security Centre Chief Executive, John Unsworth, will be speaking on Cyber Resilience at the Cyber Security Conference at UK Security Expo 2017 on 29-30 November at London Olympia.
Other topics covered include: Convergence between physical and cyber security, Preparing for a cyber incident, How GDPR will bolster cyber resilience, Managing the insider threat and Live virtual security alarm system hack.
You’ll be able to visit us at Stand E94.
Find out more and register for your free visitor pass here.
According to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) there has been a staggering 1,700% increase in cyber-attacks reported to it over the past three years.
The ransomware cyber-attack on the UK’s National Health Service and other organisations around the globe has provided yet another salutary lesson about the importance of taking appropriate and proportionate action to defend organisations and individuals from information security breaches.
It is all too easy for businesses and organisations to view these latest cyber attacks as an example of procedures not being carried out effectively, leading to an opening in security for hackers to capitalise on. However, in Farrer’s experience, it has been the lack of initial investment into cyber security which limits the protection of businesses against data breaches, ransom attacks and many more security breaches damaging to both the functionality of a business but also its reputation for keeping customers data safe.
Join Neil Sinclair and John Unsworth of the London Digital Security Centre and Julian Pike head of Farrer & Co’s Reputation Management practice over drinks and canapes as they discuss the dangers of Cybercrime and also how to safeguard your business from such attacks.
Book your place here.
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