Find out more about the upcoming events that are from the East Midlands Cyber Security Forum.
What to do when you get hacked/suffer a cyber breach
This event on the 19th October, at the University of Nottingham, will be looking at the steps businesses need to be taking to prepare for a cyber breach, and the plans required to enable businesses to respond effectively.
Through a series of presentations and a panel discussion, delegates will be guided through the fundamentals of cyber incident response by considering: the practical steps they need to take; the resources required to get the situation under control, following a breach; the importance of formalising roles and responsibilities in responding to incidents; and, the relative merits of outsourcing incident response to external suppliers.
Moreover, in a changing regulatory environment, businesses increasingly need to factor actions, such as notification timescales, into their response plans alongside the traditional recovery operations. So, we will also be looking at the current, and future legal obligations placed on businesses, how these impact upon a business’ recovery plan, and how businesses’ response to incidents impacts on criminal investigations.
Confirmed speakers for this event are:
- Fraser Levey – Senior Manager, Cyber Security, Public Sector & Healthcare at KPMG LLP
- Sam Reed – Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Air-IT
- Rob Pugh – Cyber Crime Team at East Midlands Special Operations Unit
The hashtag for this event is #EMCSF. Join in the debate on social media prior to the event.
Find out more and book your place via the East Midlands Chamber website.
This event is sponsored by Air-IT.