Seminar: Cyber Attack

Seminar: Cyber Attack

Thursday, 19th November, 2015 5pm – 7pm

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The Old Hall, Cotton Exchange, Bixteth Street, Liverpool, L3 9LQ

Cyber Attack: Prepare, Protect, Prevent

No matter what sector you are in or the basis of your business operation, you’re at risk of a cyber attack. In 2014 81% of companies reported some form of security breach at a cost of between £600,000 and £1.5m per organisation (GOV UK - Information Security Breaches Survey1).

Socially or politically motivated, cyber attacks are carried out primarily through the internet and are designed to target an organisation’s computer systems and the information they hold; as such these malicious attacks from the internet can cause far-reaching reputational and financial damage to organisations.

On 19th November 2015, Griffiths & Armour will host an evening’s seminar on cyber attacks; geared to helping you better understand the cyber exposures and associated risks a business face.

  • Prepare – Identify the threat; types of attackers, their motivations and their technical capabilities
  • Protect – Classify your vulnerabilities, what they are, and how they could be exploited
  • Prevent – Understand what controls are needed to reduce the impact of common cyber attacks


Nick Churchill Evans Nick Churchill Evans

Topic: Agile software security

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Andy Oakes Andy Oakes

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Ken Harris Ken Harris

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Greg Street Greg Street

Topic: Cyber risk management

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Focusing on the key issues of system security, data protection and business continuity, this thought provoking event will provide invaluable insight into the scale of the cyber threat whilst offering the opportunity to network and engage with likeminded peers from other forward thinking organisations.

Free of charge, this seminar is anticipated to be extremely well attended, so early booking is advised.

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