Risk Reduction: Practical Solutions

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About the course

Our Cyber Bites seminars are designed to arm you with the skills you need to protect your business from cyber attack, packed full of practical solutions and excercises that will prepare you for a variety of situations in just four hours.

10.30 am – 11.00 am - Arrival and registration with morning coffee.

11.00 am – 12.00 pm – Information briefing covering emerging issues, best practice and latest thinking.

12 pm – 12.45 pm – Lunch and networking.

12.45 pm – 3.00 pm – Practical demonstrations and exercises to try new techniques, test areas in a safe environment and leave with a plan for your own business.

With frequent news stories of the latest cyber-attacks, court cases on personal privacy, and seemingly unending revelations of data breaches compromising your personal data, you could be forgiven in thinking that achieving security in cyber is impossible. However, you can take very reasonable and simple steps to raise the bar of your business’s security and remove it from more than 90% of attack methods.

Dr Danny Steed will take you through a range of practical solutions available for organisations to put in place to reduce risk. By exploring the practical solutions available, you can learn immediately how to harden your own security.

About Danny

Danny has a background in academia and has worked for the UK government. After completing his PhD in 2012, Danny was appointed Lecturer in Strategy and Defence at the University of Exeter, where he helped to build the nascent Strategy and Security Institute, before joining the Cabinet Office in operational cyber security, where he served for two years in both Operations and Incident Management. Danny was recently contracted to write his second book, The Politics and Technology of Cyber Security, which is due to be released in Winter 2018.

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