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Cybercrime: addressing the fundamentals

Four-part webinar series

Location: Webinar
Start Date:

05/11/2020 11:00

End Date:

05/11/2020 12:00

Services: Forensic Services
Industries: Corporates
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Crowe and the Quoted Companies Alliance invite you to join a new webinar series addressing the fundamentals of cyber security.

Cybercrime is one of the problems of our age. Together with fraud, they represent over 40% of all crime in the UK. Recent research by Crowe on the top 200 AIM quoted businesses found that most organisations have significant unaddressed cyber vulnerabilities, and the threat has grown significantly in the wake of COVID-19.

This four-part webinar series is designed to equip Board members and Non-Executive Directors with the information they require to ensure that cyber security is managed properly for the businesses they are working with. Led by Eoghan Daly, Director of Forensic Services at Crowe UK, Tim Ward, CEO at the Quoted Companies Alliance, and other specialists, each session will address pivotal points in the journey to effective cybercrime protection.

Session 3: Strengthening resilience

Ensuring adequate cyber security requires core issues are actively managed. This sessions will describe what the core issues are and explain why they matter.

Following the webinar attendees should:

  • understand the princial cyber security issues organisations should address
  • understand why the issues are important
  • know what questions can be used to determine whether the issues have been addressed.

There is no cost to attend these webinars. 

Register now

Other sessions

An introduction to cyber security
Covering the fundamentals of cyber security, including commonly used terms and
governance.
Diagnosing the organisa-tion’s vulnerabilities
Covering the steps you can take to diagnose its cyber vulnerabilities, addressing the identification, assessment and understanding of cyber security risks.
Incident response
It is not a question of if there will be a cyber incident, it is a question of when it will happen. We will cover how an organisation should prepare for an incident.
An introduction to cyber security
Covering the fundamentals of cyber security, including commonly used terms and
governance.
Diagnosing the organisa-tion’s vulnerabilities
Covering the steps you can take to diagnose its cyber vulnerabilities, addressing the identification, assessment and understanding of cyber security risks.
Incident response
It is not a question of if there will be a cyber incident, it is a question of when it will happen. We will cover how an organisation should prepare for an incident.

This series is intended for Board members and Non-Executive Directors of both listed and non-listed businesses. If you have colleagues or contacts that you think may find this useful, please share this invitation with them.