Lockdown Cafe - Improving Cyber Security through Effective Business Continuity
September 11th, 2020 - 10am - 11:15am
After a fantastic response to our Lockdown Cafes during the last three months, we're delighted to announce their return!
In partnership with the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), we hosted a free, public event on the 11th of September, 2020. This virtual coffee session focussed on Improving Cyber Security through Business Continuity and features an action-packed agenda with some of Scotland's leading authorities on good practice in the cyber resilience space.
See the recording of our September event below!
10:00 – 10:05 Welcome – Scottish Continuity Chair
10:05 – 10:10 Keith McDevitt, Cyber Integrator at Scottish Government Cyber Resilience Unit and Alison Stone, Cyber Resilience co-ordinator at Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations will introduce the event.
10:10 – 11:00 Dave Stubley, Founder and CEO of 7 Elements, Best Boutique Cyber Security Consultancy 2017 UK and Jordan M. Schroeder, CISO at HEFESTIS. Jordan oversees security and resilience strategies for most of the Higher Education/Further Education (HE/FE) organisations in Scotland.
Dave and Jordan discuss the dynamics of an cyberattack including -
- What does an attack look like (using real life examples)
- The likelihood of an attack and how to detect malicious actors
- What the impacts are on the business, the teams and the processes
- What can Business Continuity professionals do to help prepare for a cyber incident
- Looking at the aftermath – supply chain, controls and actions to mitigate
- Overview of the relevance of cyber insurance and things to note when looking at insurance cover
11:10 – 11:15 Keith and Alison will signpost where to get advice for cyber related issues
11:15 Session thanks and close by Scottish Continuity Chair