Monday 24th July 2017 9.30am-12.30pm
If you are concerned about the cyber defenses that your business has in place and you want to learn what the best course of action is to protect your business; then we encourage you to attend this event. You will get straight forward easy to understand advice from a number of experts. This will include the implications that the GDPR changes will have on your organisation.
The UK’s internet economy is one of the strongest in the world, international and domestic cyber criminals increasingly view UK-based businesses and private individuals as attractive targets for a range of cyber crime. In 2015 the Office of National Statistics estimated that there were 2.46 million cyber incidents and 2.11 million victims of cyber crime in the UK.
As business owners you need to do more than protect your own business from Cyber Threats but you need to protect the data you hold on your clients.
Protecting data is wider than cyber. We need to ensure that only those with permission to see it can, it is kept up to date and it is available when required. So we need to consider the physical protection of data and also ensure that data is managed and used correctly.
NatWest Bank would like to invite you to a Cyber Security Seminar and are delighted to be working with the industry to give you a full insight into protecting yourself from different types of cyber threats and the importance of your business being cyber secure.
Agenda for the day
9.30 – Registration, refreshments and light breakfast
10:00 – Introduction by Matthew Jenkins (Natwest Business Growth Enabler)
10:10 – Detective Sergeant Gary Sirrell is a Cyber Protect Officer within the West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit (WMROCU). WMROCU has the responsibility of protecting the communities in the West Midlands from serious organised crime. At this workshop, Gary will be talking about the current cyber threat landscape, and the UK Cyber Strategy, whilst also providing some local case studies.
10:40 – Peter Loomes GDPR Expert
Peter has over 30 years experience he will look at why security and data protection need to be considered together.include looking at some of
11:10 – Chris Pinder – ISAME
IASME is a leading Accreditation Body appointed for assessing and certifying against Cyber Essentials. Chris will give an overview of the Government backed Cyber Essentials business certification scheme.
11:30 – Gemma Beardmore & Anish Chauhan – Equilibrium Security
Equilibrium Security is a specialist Cyber Security consultancy firm based in Birmingham City Centre. They work with businesses to protect their most important asset their data.
Equilibrium will run a Live Hack Demonstration to show how easy it is for Cyber Criminals to access your data. They will then provide steps that you can take to protect your data and how they can support your business to protect you from cyber threats.
12:00 – Close and Networking