Cyber Security - Masterclass

January 22, 2020
Unit 5, Three Rivers Business Centre, Ipswich
9.30 12.30pm

Cyber Security - Masterclass

Overview

Overview and Masterclass structure.

Local Business Impact of Cyber Crime and support available

Interactive presentation regarding the local / national picture and support available, common dangers and preventative measures

What to do if you are a victim – Delivered by an Investigator

Business incident simulation  

Discussion / questions / closer look at free services we can provide.


Tutor:

John Greenwood

John works for the Cybercrime Unit in Norfolk and Suffolk Constabulary which sits in the Cyber, Intelligence and Serious Crime Directorate within the Protective Services. He has experience in both the private and public sectors including education. His role has three strands; to engage and provide information to individuals and businesses regarding the threat of Cybercrime, ultimately protecting our communities. This work includes identifying vulnerabilities and  conducting assessments and bespoke security advice. In the second strand John works with partners to educate and prevent young people becoming involved in this type of criminal activity. Finally he support projects which focus on improving the management and threat of Cybercrime through the Regional and National Framework.

£75.00
book ONLINE

Teas and coffees will be provided.
*Where applicable, cancellation fees may apply*

Free Parking

If you would like more information regarding this masterclass, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Cyber Security - Masterclass

Overview

Overview and Masterclass structure.

Local Business Impact of Cyber Crime and support available

Interactive presentation regarding the local / national picture and support available, common dangers and preventative measures

What to do if you are a victim – Delivered by an Investigator

Business incident simulation  

Discussion / questions / closer look at free services we can provide.


Tutor:

John Greenwood

John works for the Cybercrime Unit in Norfolk and Suffolk Constabulary which sits in the Cyber, Intelligence and Serious Crime Directorate within the Protective Services. He has experience in both the private and public sectors including education. His role has three strands; to engage and provide information to individuals and businesses regarding the threat of Cybercrime, ultimately protecting our communities. This work includes identifying vulnerabilities and  conducting assessments and bespoke security advice. In the second strand John works with partners to educate and prevent young people becoming involved in this type of criminal activity. Finally he support projects which focus on improving the management and threat of Cybercrime through the Regional and National Framework.

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