How can you adapt your approach to human factors in a changing security landscape?
74% of employees now see a mix of office-based and remote working as the best way forward. As hybrid working goes from being a ‘future possibility’ to an impending reality, how do security professionals adapt their approach to human factors?
Recorded on: Wednesday 5th May 2021
Is your dishwasher trying to kill you? (The dangers of IoT in the smart home)
From fridges to toothbrushes, the world is getting smarter - but what are the risks? Internet-connected devices have taken the market by storm, but how easily can they be hacked? And could they plot to take you out?! Join us as we unravel the potential hack and leaks malicious actors could use to target you.
Recorded on: Friday 30th April 2021
Forming the UK Cyber Security Council
An introduction to the UK Cyber Security Council, which launches in April. This session will provide details on the reasons and drivers behind the Council’s formation, how the Council will operate, what the collaboration between the Council and NCSC will look like and what the expected impact on the profession will be.
Recorded on: Wednesday 10th March 2021
Online Safety Tech: How Scotland is playing its part through Cyber Scotland Week
Online Safety Technology is an emerging area within cyber security and has never been more relevant than now with the huge digital transformation our society is undergoing. Join us to discover insights into this area, how it helps keep society safe online, and how Scotland is supporting through Cyber Scotland Week.
Recorded on: Thursday 18th February 2021
Securing a remote workforce – how to get started
New security concerns have risen as businesses implement remote work policies, many of which either weren’t prioritised beforehand. We look at the best practices for securing a remote workforce and discuss log collection for remote systems, what activity you should expect to see, and the impacts resulting from the current rush to support remote work.
Recorded on: Thursday 16th April 2020
How to securely enable remote working
The 2020 cyber threat landscape has changed drastically just over the last month as more and more employees are mandated to work from home around the world. Working safely and securely from home has never been more important.
Recorded on: Wednesday 1st April 2020
Security of conference calls and collaboration tools
Team working requires efficient collaboration and cooperation, but this is made much more difficult as organisations impose home working. Many tools are available to help a team’s ability to work together remotely, from simple screen and document sharing through to full video conferencing, but for many this represents a new way or working. This webinar will consider:
• Technology – what tools are available
• Process – how to run meetings securely
• BAU vs sensitive briefings – balancing convenience with security