Event: Ransomware: Don’t be a victim
About the event
Ransomware attacks are surging. Not only are instances of ransomware on the rise, but ransomware attacks are evolving to become even more harmful. When it comes to mitigating the risks of ransomware there are steps every organisation should know and act on.
CyberCX are hosting a free exclusive event in the Ashmolean Museum Rooftop Restaurant with the beautiful views of Oxford to help local organisations understand the risks they face and how they can improve their security measures to reduce the likelihood of a ransomware attack and its often-devastating consequences.
Our experienced team of professionals will guide you through the security measures you need to prevent, detect and respond to a ransomware incident.
- Prevent – Is your environment as secure as it could be?
- Detect – Do you have effective monitoring in place for detection and interception?
- Respond – Do you have an effective incident response and business resiliency plan in place to reduce impact and consequences?
You will also have the opportunity to network afterwards with our team of experts and some CyberCX clients for some 121 advice whilst enjoying some delicious canapes and the beautiful views of Oxford.
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When and where
Wednesday 6th October 2021
Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont St, Oxford OX1 2PH
4pm – 6pm
About the speakers
Greg Inge, CEO UK, CyberCX
Greg has extensive knowledge and experience of the healthcare, legal, information solutions, publishing, and utility industries where he has implemented and supported numerous security, risk, resiliency programs and assisted clients to maximize the value of their information assets though effective security strategy and architecture. His competencies are in security strategies, policies, risk management, ISMS (ISO 27001), business continuity (ISO 22301) and technical resilience. Greg is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) through ISACA and is a member of ISACA & holds the RABQSA ISO 27001 Lead Auditor certification.
Christina Stevenson, Director – Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC), CyberCX
Christina has a strong Cyber and Information Security background obtained from her experience in Transportation, Financial, Military Defence and other heavily regulated / governed organisations. Christina has operated in a wide range of Cyber and Information Security roles including the embedding and maturing of security strategies, implementation of integrated management systems (BCMS, OHSAS, ISMS & QMS) and continual improvement methodologies.
Giles Rothwell, Director – Security Testing & Assurance, CyberCX
Giles has 26 years experience in Information Technology. Since joining CyberCX in 2015 Giles has worked with a range of clients to provide proactive cyber security strategic advice, security assessments of production systems and networks and penetration testing. He has experience in providing IT disaster recovery and business continuity (ISO 22301) initiatives across multiple clients and platforms.