Disrupting The Business of Hacking

The recent £1.9 Billion allocated the National Cyber Security Strategy serves to underline the scale and pace of change required to stay ahead of the fast moving threat posed by hacking and cyber-crime.

The information in this latest paper draws on data and observations from cyber security experts, open source intelligence, and other industry reports as noted. Whether building in enterprise security or applying security intelligence and advanced analytics, we can use our understanding of the business of hacking and the threats to our specific organisations to ensure that we are investing in the most effective security strategy.

Key insights include:

  • Hacking Methods and Motivations
  • Guiding principles and culture
  • SWOT analysis.

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GDPR: Seeing Beyond Compliance

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is changing the way businesses approach cyber security and data privacy. It urges organizations to get their data breach defense strategy in place or risk huge fines, apart from loss of customer’s trust and revenue. With the May 2018 deadline approaching rapidly, it is time to start the GDPR compliance journey by laying a solid foundation and asking the right questions.

Date 4th October 2017
Time 12:30 - 17:30
Location Emirates Cricket Stadium, Old Trafford, Manchester
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