The event has been organised to help senior leaders understand the threat from cyber crime, and increase their own organisation’s resilience.
In 2021, four in ten businesses (39%), and a quarter of charities (26%) report having cyber security breaches or attacks in the last 12 months. On average, for those reporting negative impacts, the costs are substantial.
Senior leaders have a major role to play in protecting their organisations. Not only are they responsible for shaping culture, processes, and infrastructure, but they themselves can be targeted for their access to valuable assets, and their influence.
This free, non-technical virtual conference will enable leaders to understand the cyber threat to their organisations, and outlines the protective measures needed to stay secure. The event will also explore how law enforcement can support you, what happens when you report an incident, and features a rare opportunity to hear from a managing director whose company was a victim of a ransomware attack.
Registration is via Eventbrite. Click on the link below.