Cyber Threats to your Business, ‘Do your Staff Know How to Identify a Threat?’ – Information Session
- Location: The Orchards Events Venue, New Road, East Malling, Kent, ME19 6BJ
- Date: 20/11/2018
- Time: 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
- To attend this event please follow this link
Due to popular demand we have organised an event around Cyber threats to business to ensure staff are aware of possible cyber threats to themselves and how to identify them.
We will be working with a number of partners to deliver this informative event around Cyber threats to businesses and how you can start protecting yourselves.
Aimee Payne, Cyber Crime Protect Office, Kent & Essex Serious Crime Directorate . Aimee, a member of Kent Police Cyber Crime Unit, will provide essential information to help businesses protect themselves from cyber-attack and share real life examples, come along and take part in a scenario to set up a system to protect your company from any Cyber threats and attacks with a specific budget allocated to spend, discuss your solutions and discover how safe they are in reality.
Decisions & Disruptions Exercise
This new innovative exercise is beneficial to those with both limited and proficient knowledge of cyber security, due to the need to utilise other personal and decision making skills.
‘Decisions & Disruptions’ is a tabletop / role-playing activity about security in industrial control systems. Delegates are tasked with managing the security of a small utility company where you are given a budget that can be spent amongst different defensive options.
Many thanks to Aimee and her colleagues for a very informative and entertaining session on cyber security’.
Don Shaw-Case | EIRA AI Knowledge Exchange Lead, Kent Innovation & Enterprise, University of Kent.
Microsoft Gold Partner and Cyber Essentials Plus accredited ADM Computing will give an overview of the government-backed Cyber Essentials scheme.
This event will cover what the Cyber Essentials Scheme involves and the benefits to businesses – including protection, compliance and contractual.
Through the discussion businesses will also takeaway tips on best practice in cyber security:-
⦁ Find out about the Cyber Essentials Scheme.
⦁ Gain a better understanding of current Cyber threats.
⦁ Take away top tips for better cyber security and combating cyber crime.
⦁ How to train your staff to be more Cyber aware.
Towergate Insurance Brokers will follow with a short presentation:
‘Now you understand cyber risk‘- a pause for thought…
‘You lock your doors at night and still buytheft insurance so why wouldn’t you buycyber insurance?’