Cyber Resilience

The UK leads the way in digital transformation. But this innovation needs to be balanced with the risk from cyber-attack. 90% of successful attacks succeed because of human error – your people are key in making you more resilient in the face of this growing risk.

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Cyber Resilience On-Demand

Smart working: The end of security as we know It?; A talk by Richard Knowlton Director of Security Studies, Oxford Cyber Academy.

People matter: Lessons learnt in building a vigilant, secure workforce; A talk by Nick Wilding, Chief Innovation Officer, Cyber Risk Aware.

Software supply chain security: Revisiting the trust boundary; A talk by Sangodoyin Abimbola Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Cybersecurity, Cyber Quarter, University of Wolverhampton.

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