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After nearly 50 years working in the security sector, and running his own businesses for the past 25, SASIG’s Founder describes what it means to him to be a leader. Discover the qualities Martin respects in a leader and holds most dear, what he has learned from others, and what he has taught himself.
Learn from the world’s leading memory skills expert! Unlock your mind's memory skills to get more out of networking, improve your professional and personal relationships, and better retain presentations, procedures, and exam/training material. Watch now for an entertaining, educational, and memorable programme with wide appeal.
The traditional method of enforcing security at the network perimeter is no longer effective; now is the time to implement the Zero Trust security model. Watch to discover the practical benefits of Zero Trust, the importance of asset management, and practical tips to start putting Zero Trust into practice.
Every time we think we can see the light at the end of the tunnel, when it seems the global pandemic has reached its peak and is on the wane, it produces another sting in its tail. A new variant, and new wave, a new impact upon economies, new scare stories and conspiracies, further protests… will it ever go away? In this webinar, SASIG went on another world tour to assess the state of the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the cybersecurity industry. From North and South America to Singapore, from Europe to Australia, get an inside view of how nations are responding. See how the world economy is still trying to bounce back from the biggest pandemic in our lifetimes.
We are privileged to hear from NPCC’s National Cybercrime Programme Lead, Detective Chief Superintendent Andrew Gould, as he shares how he learned about effective crisis management and incident response through his policing career in counter-terrorism and cybercrime. Andrew has extensive experience of crisis management and leading major covert operations and investigations. He has led the police response to high-profile and large-scale terrorist attacks, including the terrorist attacks on the Algerian BP Gas Plant and Fusilier Lee Rigby in 2013, and cyber attacks such as WannaCry in 2017, as well as many other less high-profile incidents and operations. Drawing on these experiences, Andrew talks about the lessons he has learned about effective crisis management and incident response with a particular focus on leadership resilience – lessons that are directly applicable to any organisation in any crisis.
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.
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.