The Coronavirus crisis has not only forced a complete change in the way many of us work, it has also triggered a spike in cyber crime.

Event details


The Lincolnshire Cyber Security Forum features industry expert speakers including Lincolnshire Police, EMCRC, NCSC, PDSC, Businesses, Academics, and experts from the FSB. The Forum provides attendees with access to the latest information on emerging cyber threats, criminal trends, best safeguarding practice, new technology, and staff training. We offer you advice and guidance on how to prepare, and protect your business, staff, and customers from cyber criminals.

We will hear from Lincolnshire Police Cyber Crime Unit and Industry experts about the latest cyber-attacks and scams and those linked to the COVID-19 pandemic.   

        
Our August Meeting will be focusing on: -

  • “How to Survive and Thrive after a Cyber Attack”.
    Should your business be the victim of a cyber-attack, you will be wondering what to do, and what steps to take to minimize the damage. This will be an ideal and valuable opportunity to find out more and ask questions to Graham Harrison from an educational business who suffered such attack earlier this year.
  • “What resources are available for Micro and SMEs”.
    Dr Rona Mackenzie from KryptoKloud will explain about the resource available to help minimize a cyber-attack.  There will also be time to ask questions about your current resources policies and practices for both inside and out of the office. 
  • We will also hear from Lincolnshire Police Cyber Crime Unit and Industry experts about the latest cyber-attacks and scams and those linked to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Agenda

10.00     Housekeeping – Katrina Pierce  

10.02     Welcome and update by Mike Johnson – Chair of the Lincolnshire Cyber Security Forum.

10.05     Cyber Security Update the National and Regional picture – Neil Sharpley Chair, Home Office, and Ministry   of Justice Policy Units.

10.10     A/DI John Treharne – Cyber Crime Unit, Digital Forensics, CDI Unit, DMIs, and Imaging from Lincolnshire Police
              will give an update on the Police Cyber Crime Unit along with Harry Lancaster Cyber Protect Officer.

10.25     Monthly Update from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

10.35     Presentation 1 – “How to Survive and Thrive after a Cyber Attack”.
              Graham Harrison Group Director IT, Information Management Lincoln College Group
11.05     Presentation 2 – “The resources available for Micro and SMEs – free and paid”.
              Dr Rona Mackenzie Director of Business Development at KryptoKloud.         

11.25     Summary and Event Close


Date of the next meeting: Thursday 18 November 2021

The event is free of charge and open to all businesses, both FSB members and non-members are welcome to attend, so feel free to share with your networks.  

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