Cyber-Security Breakfast Meet-ups for SMEs (Glasgow)

Date(s) - 27/02/2015
8:00 am - 9:00 am

The Corinthian Club

Cyber Security is a Tier1 Security threat to the UK Government and industry is in the front line when it comes to attacks from inside and outside the firewalls. No company is immune to the threat presented by employees, ideological attacks, organised crime and nation states.  IP theft and reputation damage are the two biggest threats that face industry of all sizes.

The lecture series will introduce you to a community of like minded individuals and help you to improve your company’s resilience and mitigate threats and ensure you are always aware of the latest threats. These events are made possible through the help of Scottish Enterprise, SICSA and Scottish Government and delivered in partnership with the SBRC (Scottish Business Resilience Centre).

We are pleased to announce a full year of speakers and a new format where before each main talk we will get a run down of the most recent threats and the steps that SMEs can take to defend themselves.
We will be running the Glasgow lecture series in the Corinthian Club, Ingram Street, Glasgow on the last Friday of every month.

The times will always be 0800 – 0900

Benefits of attending
Learn how to protect your business
Hear about case studies and current threats and defences
Meet with industry and academic experts in this area
Safe forum for discussing concerns affecting your business
Free breakfast!

0800 – 0815 Coffee and Breakfast
0815 – 0825 Current threats Summary
0825 – 0845 Main Speaker (see below for speakers)
0845 – 0900 Questions and close

30/1 Graham Day – Integrity “Network Storyteller: Tell-tale signs of a breach”
27/2 David Stubley – 7 Elements
27/3 Rory McCune – ScotSTS
24/4 Craig Devlin – Seric
29/5 Matt Storey – NCCGroup
26/6 Karen Renaud – University of Glasgow
31/7 Ian Kerr – IDInquiries
28/8 Police Scotland “Steps to take after a cyber crime”
25/9 Robert Gemmell – Integrity Solutions
30/10 Fortinet
27/11 Mandy Haeborn-Little – SBRC

To register, please visit Eventbrite.

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