There’s a cyber buzz in the air as signups are coming in fast for HCR’s virtual Cyber Conference, where you will hear expert insight from industry leaders and legal technology experts coming together to discuss trends within the cyber landscape.
The dramatic shift to remote working saw an equally dramatic rise in cyber security attacks; with many businesses continuing with a hybrid working model, it’s vital that the right technological defences are in place.
It’s not just businesses that face a risk; cyber criminals continue to target the community through the means of phishing, internet fraud, and more. Knowing how to protect your personal data is important in an increasingly digital age.
So, how can you assess and manage the cyber risks that may threaten you and your business?
From 21-23 September, you will have the opportunity to tune into first-rate presentations and panel discussions – across 25 sessions – on all things cyber and technology.
From managing your crypto assets and cyber security policies, to spotting insider threats and taking the next step for your technology business, there is something for everyone to take away. You will even have the chance to learn exactly what happens during a hack with ethical hacker, Mike G.
Amongst the speakers will be guests from the National Cyber Security Centre, Cynam, InfoSec, global firm FTI Consulting, and even former FBI agents. They will be joined by some of the UK’s leading lawyers in cyber and risk advisory including Nicola McNeely – HCR’s Head of Technology – Nathan Evans, Prof. Dan Hyde, and many more.
Hear more on cybersecurity policies, as well as crypto assets, tech business growth, cyber insurance and much more at the three-day event. Book your place now at the fully-funded Cyber Conference: www.hcrlaw.com/event/the-cyber-conference/
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