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Cyber Resilience Support Workshop


Cyber Resilience Support Workshop

20 January 2021
11:00 – 12:30 GMT

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With the increased use of work devices, personal devices and working from home cyber risks are even more prevalent. As a business, have you reviewed your cyber security practices or reviewed how you hold data to ensure its safe and secure? To successfully fight against malicious intent, it’s imperative that companies make cyber-security awareness, prevention and security best practices a part of their culture.

NatWest, The WMCRC and IASME are delighted to invite you to this Cyber Security Seminar to give you an update on the current Cyber / fraud landscape, help increase your awareness of cyber threats /scams where these have evolved over the last few years and the importance of how you can protect your business from these risks through accreditation and the newly formed West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre

Meet our speakers

Detective Inspector Hinesh Mehta –

Hinesh has been a police officer for over 17 years and is currently the Detective Inspector for the Regional Cyber Crime Unit. The majority of his service has been spent as a detective in various departments, including the murder investigation unit and formed the countries first Digital Media Investigator Unit. He has specialised in exploiting technology to assist in the most serious of crimes including murder and kidnap. He has been heavily involved with shaping the force response to cybercrime. With a wealth of experience, he is currently seconded to a Home Office project seeking to deliver a Cyber Resilience Centre to the West Midlands area.

Chris Pinder

Chris has 25 years experience across the security sector, the last 5 within cyber security. He is the Chief Operating Officer for the IASME Consortium. In April 2020, IASME became the National Cyber Security Centre’s sole partner for the delivery of the government backed Cyber Essentials Scheme.Prior to joining IASME, Chris was the Cyber Security Lead for the Growth Hub for Worcestershire.

Agenda

11:00 – Introduction

11:05 – Current Cyber Crime Landscape

11:40 – WMCRC – Support for SMEs

11:50 – IASME

12:10 – NatWest

12:20 - Q&A and close


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Passcode: NW&CRC2021


Detail

Date:
20 January 2021

Time:
11:00 – 12:30 GMT

Venue

Webinar


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