Focus Group – Data Protection in a Cloudy World

Event Information

When: 14 January 2021, 4:30 pm

Where: Online Event

The global COVID pandemic has seen spikes in both Cloud adoption, and the attempted use of Malware and Ransomware to either extort businesses or extract data, as highlighted by a number of high profile incidents with the likes of Spectra, Capcom and Marriott.  The pandemic has seen a number of organisations make a move to the Cloud faster than expected, which leaves potential gaps when it comes to cyber-security and data protection.

The cost of downtime, clean-up and reputational damage in the current climate can be catastrophic.

Nephos Technologies and Arcserve have come together with The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East (part of the NPCC) to host a focus group of IT leaders to discuss this changing threat landscape and the various elements that come together to overcome these challenges in a time where we’re experiencing increasing risk.

We will be joined by Police Cyber Security Advisor Det Insp Chris White and Justin Torgout, the Director of the South East Cyber Resilience Centre (SECRC) and is intended to be an open forum aimed at senior IT leaders responsible for mitigating these risks as we seek to better understand the pressures and demands with enterprise organisations in this field.  No sales pitches.

We have a limited number of spaces available, and these will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis so register now to avoid disappointment.

 

About Justin Torgout 

Justin Torgout is Director of the South East Cyber Resilience Centre (SECRC) and a current serving Police officer for Hampshire Constabulary, with over 26 years of policing experience behind him. Justin is an experienced Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) and his career has seen him manage many large scale investigations and work across a diverse number of policing functions. Detective Superintendent Justin Torgout is an accredited Kidnap & Extortion manager and joins the SECRC from his current role, where his responsibilities comprised of  the management of Serious and Organised crime inclusive of the Force Cyber Crime Unit.

 

About Chris White

Det Insp Chris White : Chris joined the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit as a Police Cyber Security Advisor and Prevent Sgt, delivering the National Cyber Security Strategy where he has been working with private sector raising the awareness of cyber security, coaching and encouraging positive behaviour change within organisations, assisting those in the midst of cyber incidents and managing the offenders responsible

 

About The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East

The South East Cyber Resilience Centre (SECRC) launched in September 2020  is part of a nationwide network of centres being established across the country by Policing, in partnership with the commercial sector and academia to provide businesses and organisations with affordable cyber security services and consultancy in order to grow and strengthen the South East’s resilience to online crime and cyber- attacks.

The SECRC is a not for profit organisation and exists to provide businesses of all sizes with access to affordable cyber security services, the latest advice and support from leading law enforcement and industry experts and help them take simple steps to protect their business from unscrupulous cyber criminals.

The SECRC is the fifth centre to launch in the England and Wales and offers a range a membership options depending on what level of support businesses across Hampshire, Isle of White, Surrey, Sussex, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire need.

https://www.secrc.co.uk/

https://www.secrc.co.uk/membership

http://eepurl.com/haI5Or (newsletter)

https://twitter.com/SouthEastCRC

https://www.linkedin.com/company/crc-south-east