Sustainability – How can cyber do its part of the job? | SASIG
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Monday 18 March, 2pm-3pm (GMT)

Cybersecurity teams face a double challenge: strengthening the security of information systems, while adopting more sustainable practices.

SASIG Supporters, Wavestone, and Campus Cyber recently set out to answer this question as part of the ‘Cyber4Tomorrow’ working group.

Together, they developed an initial methodology for calculating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions linked to cybersecurity, identifying the controls with the highest emissions, suggesting reduction strategies, and designing a self-assessment tool to measure and reduce the carbon impact of your security controls.

This presentation shared an overview of Wavestone’s findings around the role of cyber in sustainability and provide insights on how organisations can progress their sustainability journey. Together, we shed light on how cybersecurity can be reimagined to not only protect your digital assets, but also minimise our environmental impact.


Guest chaired by

Mike Hughes (info), Director, Prism RA

Presented by

Florian Pouchet (info), Head of Cybersecurity and Operational Resilience, Cybersecurity UK, Wavestone
Hugo Bérard (info), Consultant, Cybersecurity UK, Wavestone

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