The privacy people are taking over and giving you the chance to see what it’s like to be a Data Protection Officer! We will go through some common scenarios and cover reportable incidents, legal basis for processing, data transfers, and much more…
Recorded on: Monday 14th June 2021
SASIG Academy Session 2 - Identifying the conscious/unconscious insider threat
Does your security culture strategy factor in colleague wellbeing? If it didn’t before, it certainly should now. Join the experts for a deep dive into insider threat risk as organisations action their plans to re-enter office environments in the next phase of post-pandemic life.
Recorded on: Friday 11th June 2021
MITRE ATT&CK Mania: A guide to understanding vendor positioning and why it matters
MITRE Engenuity tests the most important EDR manufacturers and checks how well they perform in a real attack scenario. The results are always eagerly awaited. Join us to learn why these tests are relevant and how they are relevant to you. We also discuss the criteria used for the evaluation, the results, and how they should be interpreted.
Recorded on: Wednesday 9th June 2021
How to beat the cybersecurity culture blocks II - Building on your experience
We delve deeper into the four common blocks to cybersecurity maturity. A panel of your peers shares what they have done to tackle these blocks and the impact of their efforts. Join us to learn from them and find out the practical tips and advice that can help you.
Recorded on: Tuesday 8th June 2021
Authors of their own misfortune: Accidental managers and the onset of crisis
The term crisis is often used incorrectly and invariably applied to high profile and catastrophic events. So is it a crisis when managers embed the vulnerability for failure within the very systems and processes they are meant to manage? This presentation explores what happens when management theory and practice hit the fan!
Recorded on: Monday 7th June 2021
Culture and trust: Adapting to change in the shadow of a pandemic
The pandemic has accelerated change and forced us to adapt at pace. We have endured the disruptions of lockdown and now we are in the process of adapting again. Join us for a discussion on the importance of trust and coping with change and uncertainty, individually and as an organisation.
Recorded on: Friday 4th June 2021
From little acorns grow mighty oaks: Why small behavioural changes lead to significant risk reduction
The links between security behaviours and risks are not always clear. Knowing how different behaviours affect risks gives us clarity, allowing us to design focussed approaches and measure the results. Learn how to use open-source tools to identify and prioritise security behaviours.
Recorded on: Thursday 3rd June 2021
Call for Information from the Home Office - Computer Misuse Act
The Government is developing a new cyber strategy for 2021 and wants your views on the Computer Misuse Act. It wants to identify gaps in the legislation and is keen to hear the perspective of cybersecurity professionals.
Recorded on: Wednesday 2nd June 2021
Embedding incident response and the relevance of awareness training
As anyone who has suffered a breach will testify, speed is of the essence when you need to minimise the consequences and reassert control. Join us to learn how giving your people the proper awareness training improves your defences and buys you time when you’re at panic stations.
Recorded on: Tuesday 1st June 2021
SASIG Academy Cyber Health Session 4 – How to assess cyber health and risks: Users and data
Our final session in this Academy series looks at assessing the cyber health and risks of your users and data – the ultimate target for attackers with the most value and most potential for damage. If you have missed any sessions in the series, you can watch them on our website on demand.
Recorded on: Friday 28th May 2021
APT developments, Q1 2021: A review of the activities of the most sophisticated threat actors
Kaspersky currently tracks around 900 advanced threat actors and their activities. We highlight the latest campaigns, tactics and techniques used by these bad actors. Join us for a review of the most significant events and developments in the cyber-threat landscape during the first quarter of 2021.
Recorded on: Thursday 27th May 2021
Cybersecurity metrics (part 2): The value of strategic intelligence
When it comes to cybersecurity, you have to be right every time; yet malicious actors only have to be right once. Threats cannot be eliminated completely, but they can be prevented with the right precautions. Discover how macro changes can reduce risk, why a good security function needs high-quality intelligence, and how intelligence is like a moving tanker.
Recorded on: Wednesday 26th May 2021
Email fraud: The imposter among us
Where a scam targets its supply chain, an organisation suffers substantial losses, both in time and money - in particular, the costs of resolving the problem and repairing the damage. Join us to hear real-world examples of BEC and supply chain email fraud, the tactics in play, and how you can identify and block imposter attacks.
Recorded on: Tuesday 25th May 2021
SASIG Academy Cyber Health Session 3 – How to assess cyber health and risks: Networks
Our Academy series has so far looked at the cyber health and risks of your builds and services. This week, we look at the health and risks associated with the ‘networks’ layer. If you’ve missed either of the first sessions or want to refresh your memory on the Kill Chain pyramid, you can watch Sessions 1 and 2 on demand.
Recorded on: Friday 21st May 2021
Threat trends: 2021 so far
Join us for a critical look at the eventful start to 2021’s cyber threat landscape. We share observations and thoughts on what to expect for the rest of the year regarding cyber threats and the ever-changing landscape.