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Digital Security 101: Keeping your financial services business safe online

Date and time: December 9, 2020 , 2:30pm

Organised by: Tech East (with FIG)

Venue: Online Event

How to register: Register on Eventbrite

Cost: FREE

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Join us on this 90-minute session to learn how good cyber security controls can mitigate the risk of being the victim of a cybercrime. Delegates will learn about the different cyber threats and impacts of cybercrime, and how simple measures can secure their business online.

What are the impacts and consequences a cyber breach can have on your organisation? How vulnerable is your business to a cyber-attack?

About this Event

This joint session between Norfolk & Suffolk Constabularies and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) will provide businesses with an overview of cybercrime and how then can improve their digital security.

Topics covered include:

• The cyber landscape in 2020

• Common cyber-attacks and their threat actors

• Cyber security controls

• Risk management

• Business continuity and response planning

• Benefits of government-backed cyber certification

There will be an opportunity for Q&A at the end of the session.

This event is brought together in partnership with Norfolk County Council, Norfolk & Suffolk Constabularies, the NCSC and Financial Industry Group (FIG)

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