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Thursday, 14 March 2019
10:00 to 14:30
Amazon Liverpool Street
1 Principal Place
London EC2A 2FA
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This must attend FREE seminar is your opportunity to find out how you can mitigate the potentially catastrophic consequences of a cyberattack.
The threats from attack are increasing across all sectors and all business sizes. The types of attack fall into four broad categories; cyber-crime, cyber war, cyber-espionage and ‘hacktivism’. Whatever the motivation, they all come with a cost. It can be the cost of cleaning and restoring your systems, the opportunity cost of lost business, the reputational cost of a data breach or the legislative fines associated with a breach. This seminar is aimed at any organisation looking to mitigate the financial impact of a cyberattack.
In attendance, we will have some industry experts explaining how you can set about avoiding a cyber-attack, how to recover from a cyber-attack and how to mitigate the fallout from a cyber-attack.
10:00 – Registration, Coffee & Networking
10:30 – Welcome & Introduction
10:35 – Keynote Address
John Frost, Head of Business Continuity, Marks & Spencer Group plc
John Frost MBCI is responsible for Marks and Spencer Group Business Continuity across 46 operational countries supporting 85,000 colleagues. John Chair’s the RBCA (Retail Business Continuity Association).
10:55 – Clouded judgment?
Amazon Web Services – Rob Hale – Where is your information safer – on a server in your office or in the cloud? AWS discuss the physical and technological measures taken to keep your information safe and how to quickly recover from any attack.
11:25 – Premium insurance?
Beazley Group – Raf Sanchez – Insuring against cyberattack surely makes sense – yes, you might get some financial recompense but what about recovering from the incident, reputational damage and fines? With such a complex area and a wide variety of threats, you need the insurer with the right policy that is designed to support and protect your business if it experiences an attack or a data breach.
11:45 – Break & Coffee
12:00 – Planning for continuity
URIM – Justin Rhodes – Something goes wrong – an employee clicks on a ‘bad attachment’, someone leaves their phone on the train, a server crashes taking your booking system down, you are in the middle of a denial of service attack – what do you do now? What you do next could make all the difference to the potential outcomes. Wouldn’t it be great if everyone in your organisation knew ‘the right thing to do’ and could let the right people know about the problem?
12:20 – GDPR keeping data safe?
12:40 – Questions
13:00 – Lunch and Networking plus a live demonstration from Dark Beam – identify vulnerabilities associated with your domain in real-time…
14:30 – Close