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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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Risk and cyber insurance: Harnessing insurance for future resilience

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30 April 2024
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City of London

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

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01 May 2024
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Where is cyber insurance now? A whitepaper review

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03 May 2024
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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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Boosting security habits by leveraging real-time learning opportunities

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10 May 2024
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Crypto, cops and salamanders: Inside the fastest theft in history

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14 May 2024
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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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17 May 2024
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Mitigating Kubernetes risk with a GRC-centric approach

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20 May 2024
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Executive Q&A: Threat landscape, business continuity, and cyber resilience

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21 May 2024
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Maximising cyber defence with attack surface management

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22 May 2024
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Supply chains: Balancing efficiency and resilience

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23 May 2024
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Oxford

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

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24 May 2024
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Ignore policy management at your peril: Managing policy to engage your staff

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28 May 2024
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The chief’s brief with Stuart Frost BEM, Head of Enterprise Security and Risk Management, DWP

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29 May 2024
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Professionalisation of the cybersecurity sector: Delivering for the end user

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30 May 2024
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Camden, London

How to recover Active Directory when every second counts

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31 May 2024
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Supply chains: Balancing efficiency and resilience

Explore how to manage supply chain risk by identifying who is critical to our business delivery, improving the efficiency of managing physical and digital suppliers, and helping small businesses become more secure. Discuss why ensuring the integrity of our supply chain is a team sport and why collaboration is the best way to reduce the potential for our suppliers to inadvertently undermine us from within.

Thursday 23rd May 2024

How to recover Active Directory when every second counts

Active Directory (AD) is a popular target for cybercriminals, but despite being the core identity system for most organisations, AD recovery is still notoriously complicated and time-consuming. Join us to learn how to improve your recovery times, even in hybrid environments with their added complications.

Friday 31st May 2024

Exploiting large language models (LLMs): A new age in offensive security

Any sufficiently advanced technology can be used for both benevolent and malicious purposes. We’ll explore how LLMs have moved beyond deep fakes for our use in offensive security, such as phishing pretext generation, as well as examining some of the attacks against LLMs that could be exposing your business.

Wednesday 5th June 2024

Critical connections: Strategies for strengthening supply chain defence

With increasingly interconnected third-party networks highlighting greater risk exposure and high-profile breaches continuing to highlight multiple risks to organisations from their supply chain, it is undoubtedly time to evolve beyond tick-box assessments to benchmark evidence of capability, but how?

Monday 10th June 2024

South West SASIG: Focusing on the fundamentals

Join us in Swindon for a day of expert advice, case studies, demonstrations, and interactive discussions about old and new threats to our organisations (from insider risk to AI), new ways to look at awareness training, fostering a secure culture, and practical strategies for mitigating legal risks, as well as digital ones.

Thursday 13th June 2024

Cyber leaders’ summit: Laying strong foundations in a turbulent world

As governments increasingly require businesses to prioritise resilience their strategies, we must consider cyber risks as business risks. Join us to discuss new strategies employed by attackers, evolving regulations and legal responsibilities impacting how we view digital resilience, and how boards can take proactive steps to protect their organisations.

Friday 21st June 2024

The impact of digital technologies on the democratic process

With the rise of online activism and participation tools, as well as social media’s role in political expression and misinformation, digital innovations are creating both opportunities and challenges when it comes to democracy. Join us as we explore this complex relationship, including ways to leverage technology while safeguarding democracy, through interdisciplinary dialogue and knowledge-sharing.

Wednesday 26th June 2024


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