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May 2024

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From telemetry to transformation: Measuring and mitigating human risk
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Risk and cyber insurance: Harnessing insurance for future resilience
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See what you’re missing: Modelling your attack surface in three easy steps
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Where is cyber insurance now? A whitepaper review
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Influence: How does it work? How can we use it? How can we resist it?
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Boosting security habits by leveraging real-time learning opportunities
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Crypto, cops and salamanders: Inside the fastest theft in history
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The evolution of cloud attacks: Building a modern cloud defence
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Overcoming the resource and upskilling need in third-party risk
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Threat landscape update for 2024: Phishing, BEC, ransomware and more
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Mitigating Kubernetes risk with a GRC-centric approach
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Executive Q&A: Threat landscape, business continuity, and cyber resilience
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Maximising cyber defence with attack surface management
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Supply chains: Balancing efficiency and resilience
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How might GDPR evolve? A question of politics, pace and punishment
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Ignore policy management at your peril: Managing policy to engage your staff
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The chief’s brief with Stuart Frost BEM, Head of Enterprise Security and Risk Management, DWP
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Professionalisation of the cybersecurity sector: Delivering for the end user
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How to recover Active Directory when every second counts
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From telemetry to transformation: Measuring and mitigating human risk

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29 April 2024
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10:00 am
Location:
Zoom

Risk and cyber insurance: Harnessing insurance for future resilience

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30 April 2024
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8:30 am
Location:
City of London

See what you’re missing: Modelling your attack surface in three easy steps

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Event date:
01 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Where is cyber insurance now? A whitepaper review

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03 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Influence: How does it work? How can we use it? How can we resist it?

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08 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Boosting security habits by leveraging real-time learning opportunities

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10 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Crypto, cops and salamanders: Inside the fastest theft in history

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14 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

The evolution of cloud attacks: Building a modern cloud defence

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15 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Overcoming the resource and upskilling need in third-party risk

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16 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Threat landscape update for 2024: Phishing, BEC, ransomware and more

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17 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Mitigating Kubernetes risk with a GRC-centric approach

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Event date:
20 May 2024
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1:00 pm
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Zoom

Executive Q&A: Threat landscape, business continuity, and cyber resilience

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21 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Maximising cyber defence with attack surface management

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22 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Supply chains: Balancing efficiency and resilience

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Event date:
23 May 2024
Commencing at:
8:30 am
Location:
Oxford

How might GDPR evolve? A question of politics, pace and punishment

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Event date:
24 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Ignore policy management at your peril: Managing policy to engage your staff

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28 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

The chief’s brief with Stuart Frost BEM, Head of Enterprise Security and Risk Management, DWP

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Event date:
29 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom

Professionalisation of the cybersecurity sector: Delivering for the end user

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Event date:
30 May 2024
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8:30 am
Location:
Camden, London

How to recover Active Directory when every second counts

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Event date:
31 May 2024
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10:00 am
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Zoom
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“Yesterday really was one of the best conferences I have been to in a very long time. SASIG is such a tremendous organisation for bringing cyber individuals together is a safe place to talk to each other and learn new things. I loved the agenda too and I learnt an enormous amount of such valuable content. ”6th CSO/CISO Roundtable attendee

“Thoroughly enjoyed Big SASIG 2. An excellent event and good to be in the same room with others at last so thanks to all that made it happen.”Paul Cooper, Information Security Officer, Metropolitan Police Service

“Thank you for inviting me [to SASIG's 'new normal' networking drinks] and for a wonderful evening. If anyone walked out of that event having not met five new people, well, they must have been asleep! Everyone I met was on great form, and many follow up conversations taking place. Thank you again, excellent job!”Martin Gill, Founder, The OSPAs

“As a ’newbie’, [SASIG's 'new normal' networking drinks] was a very easy event to network and make new acquaintances, in a friendly, open and relaxed environment. Thank you for taking the bold step to put on such an event. It is easy to quickly forget the immense uncertainty and risk I’m sure you shouldered in order to make it happen. I am very grateful you did and allowed me a chance to enjoy it.”Ian Hancocks, Global Client Director, ICA

“Thank you to the SASIG team for the support, friendship and indeed guidance provided not only during COVID but since my joining of SASIG. Interaction with you all is important to me, as are the topics which the SASIG covers. Again, thank you all.”Stuart Coppard

“What a great evening it was at the SASIG networking drinks. It was so good to see you in person and incredible to get together with so many good people. I know things like that don’t happen by themselves so my thanks and congratulations to the team.”Oz Alashe MBE, CEO, Cybsafe

“[SASIG Skills Festival] What a great opportunity! Excellent work (once again) from the team at SASIG Events who never fail to wow us!”Paul Norton, Founder and CEO, CyberHalo

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