Small businesses (SMEs) form the backbone of the digital economy so it’s crucial that they can make the right kinds of security investments to protect themselves from cyber attacks.
However, the various frameworks to guide security investments are often too costly and difficult for SMEs to implement, and the potential of insurance and its financial incentives for cybersecurity has yet to be fully realised.
Consequently, the National Cybersecurity Centre (NSCS) and the Research Institute in Sociotechnical Cyber Security have supported year-long projects to explore how to tackle these challenges.
During this webinar, lead researchers of these projects will present their findings, and industry experts will also share their insights based on their experience of working with SMEs. The webinar will share practical advice and make original proposals to improve cybersecurity for SMEs.
– Dr Yulia Cherdantseva, Lecturer in Cybersecurity, Cardiff University: Cybersecurity investment decision making: a best practice guide for SMEs
– Dr Jason Nurse, Senior Lecturer in Cybersecurity, Kent University: Cybersecurity incentives and the role of cyber insurance
– James Tootell, Investment Director, EOS Venture Partners
Be sure to tune in on Thursday, the 23rd of September at 10am BST! You can register via the following link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_oiG8dJVXStqM9dpmrwgnqA