As the Russia-Ukraine war continues, the world is on heightened alert and cybersecurity attacks are a very real threat. Only last month, the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) called on businesses to “bolster their online defences” from potential Russian hackers.
At our event in November 2021, we introduced the benefits of systems developed by our partners Arctic Wolf and Tessian, designed to mitigate the dual risks of cyber criminality and human error.
On Friday 29 April, we once more welcome our partners back. We will also be joined by Islands Insurance, who will kindly share some of the cyber events they and their Insurers are seeing first hand. Additionally, Islands Insurance will outline the insurance markets response and the actions that they expect organisations to take, to limit their exposure to increasing cyber threats.
The event is designed to enable Directors and Business Owners to understand the reality of Nation State actors and the risks that this has upon our businesses.
With the help of Prosperity 24/7 and our partners, Arctic Wolf, Tessian and Islands Insurance, we hope to share insights to ensure you focus on what matters most:
How to reduce “alert fatigue” by helping you to manage multiple defence tools.
How to reduce human behavioural risks
How to put your organisation in the best position to mitigate both cyber impacts and cyber insurance risk.
Please join us at the Pomme D’Or for breakfast to hear how to take practical steps to protect your business.
- 07:45 – 08:15 – Registration and Networking breakfast
- 08:15 – 08:30 – Welcome and the current situation – Chris Clark, CEO Prosperity 24/7
- 08:30 – 08:50 – Islands Insurance – What is cyber risk? Prevention is better than cure
- 08:50 – 9:10 – Arctic Wolf – Addressing alert fatigue and too many tools for the job
- 09:10 – 09:30 – Tessian – Human Layer Security
- 09:30 – 10:00 – Panel Q&A and close
100% of the £10 ticket price will be donated directly to the Bailiff’s Ukraine Appeal to help support innocent people in Ukraine.