Your current staff, your greatest weapon against cyber crime

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Date

8 December 2022

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8 December 2022

Online 10:00 - 12:30

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About the Event

Your current staff, your greatest weapon against cyber crime

For many people security remains a technology challenge, practitioners however understand the importance of the human factors. Ensuring and improving the awareness of staff and students and ensuring that security teams and IT staff are skilled and knowledgeable as well as developed and organised to have the most impact on the threats we face is vitally important.

Through a mixture of inspirational case studies, presentations and breakout discussions this event will explore how to enhance the cyber security diversity and capabilities of available staff to support the development of a consistent and positive cyber security conscious culture across institutions. Attendees will also be able to provide feedback into future initiatives.

Speakers

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Sam Foster

IT Security Specialist

University of St.Andrews

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Rachel Bence

CIO

Queen Mary University of London

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Madeleine Taylor

Information Security Risk and Governance Manager

University of Cambridge

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Stewart Hogg

Associate Director of Cyber

Waterstons

Event Schedule

Thursday

10:00

Welcome and introduction

10:10

Session 1

10:40

Phishing Simulations: can the data be used to help incident response?

Sam Foster, IT Security Specialist, University of St. Andrews
11:05

Breakout sessions

11:30

QMUL Cyber Maturity Journey: Maximising the Value of Trusted Partnerships

Rachel Bence, CIO, Queen Mary University of London and Stewart Hogg, Associate Director of Cyber, Waterstons
12:00

Case Study: Evolving a people-centric cyber security awareness programme

Madeleine Taylor, Information Security Risk and Governance Manager, University of Cambridge
12:25

Closing remarks

12:30

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