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Deloitte’s Channel Islands advisory team has launched its latest cyber webinar series to help local companies to understand the current cyber-threat landscape and how to prepare, detect and respond to a cyber incident.

Each of the four webinars will share insights from Deloitte’s award-winning cyber risk team.

Effective cyber risk management gives business leaders confidence to take full advantage of technological opportunities, and the sessions have been designed to support organisations by sharing some of the most critical aspects of cyber security.

Deloitte Advisory Director Simeon Moss said: ‘The cyber threat landscape is rapidly changing and organisations across all sectors have experienced, and will continue to experience, regular cyber attacks. Being able to navigate these tricky waters, whilst taking advantage of the opportunities that technology brings, is essential to compete in today’s business environment.

‘Our latest webinar series devised by our local cyber expert Caroline Honeycombe, will provide critical insights into the current threat landscape and highlight key approaches to be taken to reduce the likelihood and impact of a significant cyber attack on your organisation.’

The free-to-attend webinar series will begin on Friday 16 April at 11 am. The first session – Understanding the Current Cyber Threat Landscape – will be led by Deloitte’s Nick O’Kelly and Sarah Simon. The webinars will run for three weeks, at the same time each week.

The cyber webinar series follows the successful launch of Deloitte’s Digital Transformation webinar series last year, where they provided advice and guidance on a number of digital transformation topics including The Future of Work, Starting Robotic and Intelligent Automation Journey, and Managing Process through Digital Workflow.

For further information about the cyber webinar series or Deloitte’s digital transformation and cyber services, please contact Simeon Moss or Caroline Honeycombe

To register for the follow webinars, please click on the below links.

16 April: Understanding the Current Cyber Threat Landscape
23 April: How to Prevent an ‘Extinction Level’ Cyber Incident
30 April: How to Effectively Prepare for a Cyber Incident
7 May: How to Detect and Respond to a Cyber Incident