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The Cyber Skills Gap – The Challenge – Setting the Scene

Webinar: The Cyber Skills Gap – The Challenge – Setting the Scene Date: 2nd October 2017 Time: 11:00am Duration: 75 minutes Speakers include: Adrian Davis, Managing Director, EMEA at (ISC)²; Ian Glover, President at CREST; Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information Security at Canon for Europe; Warwick Ashford, Security Editor at Computer Weekly. Throughout Security Serious Week this year, during the ... Read More »

An Interview with 2016 Cloud Security Superhero Andrew Hardie

Security Serious

  At last year’s Security Serious Unsung Heroes Awards, Andrew Hardie, Chair of the BCS DevSecOps Group, was awarded the title of Cloud Security Superhero. I chased him up to see what his overview thoughts on the event were and ask why is it important to support and encourage people to take part. What is the significance of the Unsung Heroes Awards ... Read More »

Guest Post: Security Serious 2016 & The Unsung Heroes Awards

Eskenzi PR have once again decided to run Security Serious Week from 3rd TO 7th OCTOBER to encourage UK Plc to take security more seriously. The whole ethos of Security Serious Week is to garner the cyber-security community to give something back and encourage others to take security more seriously in the hope that together we can create a more ... Read More »

Security Serious Week launches 2016 Unsung Heroes Awards

Eskenzi PR, the consultancy behind Security Serious Week has today announced a brand new awards scheme called the Security Serious Unsung Heroes Awards  which is now open for entries!    Run for the first time in 2016, the awards are designed to recognise the people, not products, on the front lines of organisations who battle cyber threats, often saving the bacon ... Read More »

Getting to Grips with Cyber-Security

Bob Tarzey,
Quocirca

Presented by Bob Tarzey, Analyst and Director, Quocirca Ltd Watch HERE The majority of organisations across Europe and UK now accept that targeted attacks are a serious problem. Quocirca’s presentation reviews recent research into the perception of cyber-threats, the impact they can have and the before, during and after measures organisations are putting in place to protect themselves against them. ... Read More »

The Advanced Persistent Threat: How to explain it to your family and what to do

“Advanced Persistent Threat” is a buzzword phrase in the industry, often used along with lots of promises to prevent it if you buy a product. But what is it really, and why is it so powerful? And how can you make sense of the bewildering array of products that all claim to prevent it? While we can’t promise to make ... Read More »

Protecting Your Sensitive Data Does Not Have to Impact Business Operations

The risks to sensitive data are everywhere, and your organisation is ultimately responsible for the security of customers’ personally identifiable information (PII). This means you must protect PII not only during transaction processing, but also through business processes such as charge-backs, loyalty or repeat payments, storage and analytics – including outsourced environments. Find out how you can protect PII throughout ... Read More »

Understanding ‘Man in the Cloud’ Attacks

Already widely adopted by enterprises, use of cloud file sharing services such as Office 365, OneDrive, Dropbox, Box and Google Drive is on the rise. As adoption increases, so does the motivation for attack. The Imperva Application Defense Center (ADC) recently announced new research on a new type of attack we call “Man in the Cloud” (MITC). These attacks rely ... Read More »

The Next Generation of Incident Response

Ondrej Krehel,
Lifars LLC

Join Ondrej Krehel of LIFARS LLC as we examine in detail the process of data breach response from the perspective of an elite IR team member. It will cover the steps taken to properly respond to a breach caused by a sophisticated hacker and go over some real-world case studies. This webinar was hosted as part of Security Serious Week 2015 ... Read More »

Talking To The Board: How To Improve Your Board’s Cyber Security Literacy

Boards of Directors have an inescapable legal responsibility to protect their organisation’s assets and shareholder value against risks. Where does cybersecurity fit in the agenda? Many boards lack the knowledge, awareness and confidence to connect security to the business. In this webcast, moderator Paul Edon, Director of Customer Services at Tripwire, will provide a variety of perspectives from experienced professionals ... Read More »