About the conference
Cyber Security is becoming one of the most critical risks to every industry, combine this with the fact that cyber-attacks are becoming even more frequent and diverse but increasingly more intelligent. Charity and non-profit organisations have also been identified as ‘easy targets’ due to their lower levels of budget provision towards IT security. All these factors together are resulting in a perfect storm for devasting attacks on housing associations.
Benefits of attending
The Ukraine conflict, Brexit, COVID19, rising living costs – all factors of completely different nature yet they are all adding to the current cyber warfare arsenal that is taking place across the world, every week we learn of another attack that has caused untold damage to critical operations within key organisations.
With new working practices meaning more and more staff work from home we have seen a huge shift that has added many more layers and considerations of how to properly protect the critical systems and data that we use every day to do our jobs.
This event will bring together key actions and changes that you and your organisation can make to increase the cyber security levels within your business. Real time changes, ideas and methods to gain better business resilience that can be implemented and consider at every role level i.e. CEO, Director, Officer or Assistant.
This event could be the difference between your organisation paying a ransom of £10,000 to £100,000 for critical personal data lost from a cyber attack
Where & when?
This half day conference Wednesday 8 June 2022 from 09.30am-12.30pm.
It will be broadcast via Zoom.
You will recieve your joining information which will include the link to join the platform 24 hours prior to the event.
Costs & how to book
Delegate rates start at £132 for SFHA members and £199 for non members.
To book your place please use the 'book now' button at the top of the page.
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