Cyber Resilience Centres: Strengthening cyber resilience across the business community | SASIG
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Monday 18 July 2022, 11am-12noon (BST)

The Private Sector, The Academics and The Police – all working together for a safer Team Cyber UK. Discover what the police actually do now along with their talented students.

Part of the UK Government’s Team Cyber UK program involved the rollout of 9 Police Led Cyber Resilience Centres. These centres work to protect communities and promote economic growth and overall safety by working with law enforcement and SMEs in their area.

Learn how academics, the public, and private sectors are all working together to improve cyber resilience in Small Medium Enterprises across the UK.

The new pioneering UK law enforcement efforts to combat cybercrime are the ‘most joined-up bit of policing’ in the country, but police forces cannot do it alone. Cybercrime will be defeated only through collaboration, engagement, and partnership with industry and with the community.

Staff from a number of the centres discuss products, services, and case studies, where all can gain from the lessons learned in the findings.

Every organisation in this country is potentially a target for cybercriminals – whatever its size, location or sector. However, it is smaller organisations that too often bear the brunt of cybercrime or that don’t have the knowledge, capacity or resources to maintain any pretence of business as usual during and in the aftermath of an attack.

Cybersecurity doesn’t need to be expensive or complicated.

Chaired by

Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG

Presented by

DI Chris White (info), Head of Cyber, Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East
DI Martin Wilson (info), Head of Student Services, North East Business Resilience Centre
Thomas McHattie (info), Ethical Hacker, North East Business Resilience Centre

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