Why should security be at the top of every staff member’s agenda?
Any cyber security specialist will tell you that keeping an organisation secure requires a holistic approach – every staff member has a part to play.
At this year's conference, we address this need head-on with an in-depth programme of talks and training courses designed to upskill all staff members - from network and security specialists, to teaching and learning practitioners.
Staff from all teams should attend this free event as we will examine the key areas where vulnerabilities lie across an organisation.
Added disruptions caused by COVID-19 have seen people across the country needing to rapidly adapt to a new and unknown work and learning landscape. This has accelerated the need for digital transformation and a culture of solid security practice as standard.
Attacks are on the rise; hackers have jumped at the opportunity to strike, as thousands work at home on unsecure networks. You need the latest knowledge to stay ahead of the curve and ensure you can mitigate ever changing risk.
If you are a teaching and learning practitioner...
Attending this event will give you the practical advice needed to safeguard yourself and your students, while gaining a greater understanding of cyber security threats. You have as much responsibility as your security team in keeping your organisation safe - after the conference, we hope you have a better understanding of how to do this.
If you’re a network and security specialist...
This event will guide you through how your organisation can mitigate risk through layered defence and the toolkit approach. You’ll find out how to implement cyber security standards such as ISO 27001, Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus that will help protect your organisation and unlock funding opportunities.
Attending will help prepare you to take necessary action to reach compliance and show that your organisation has cyber security and safeguarding firmly at the top of your agenda.
Cyber impact report
Strengthen your understanding of cyber risk ahead of the conference and read Jisc's cyber impact report for advice on how you can improve your defences and shorten recovery times.
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