In light of the recent game-changing SolarWinds charges, we held an emergency briefing to discuss the implications for the wider infosec community. Not only do we need to rethink CISOs’ personal liability, but we must reform cybersecurity governance and risk management at an operational level.
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With its rapid development and evolution, there are many concerns around AI in society – from security to its impact on employment. Join us to discuss how concerns can potentially develop into a moral panic, as well as solutions to highlighted concerns, such as UK and EU regulation and policy initiatives.
We operate in a world of constantly evolving threats while trying to meet various (and sometimes differing) security standards. Join us to explore data sovereignty and how you can ensure compliance and avoid legal pitfalls. Learn about best practices to enable security and compliance for your sensitive data assets.
After 30 years working in the digital environment to manage network fraud, conduct OSINT research and deliver training, Mark joined us and discussed what he’s learnt. He covered crisis response, competence, digital security, AI, and cryptocurrency. Watch now for what was certainly a thought-provoking conversation.
Modern slavery is all around us and covers a wide range of abuse. Anyone could be a victim, often without realising. We must all take steps to prevent modern slavery in our own organisations and our supply chains. Watch now to explore types and signs of modern slavery, legislation, and available resources.
The disruptive (and geographically widespread) nature of cybercrimes require carefully coordinated international response. Watch our panel as they share their thoughts on why law enforcement agencies and governments need to align their policies and why international cooperation is critical.
Dr Will Priestley shares some of the best practices on working with the toolkit. We discuss why health services need the DSPT and what ambitions you should have in using it to your benefit, the 10 Data Security Standards and how to tackle them, and how to demonstrate you are achieving and sustaining these standards.
Martin Smith MBE and Adam Wild welcome and introduce the day, followed by the opening keynote where Phil Huggins and John Noble CBE give a summary preview of the cybersecurity strategy for health and social care to be published in April 2022. They also describe the important new cybersecurity guide developed and published for NEDs of NHS trusts that is relevant to many other organisations.