Upcoming HBRF Events
Cyber and Information Security: Board Level Responsibility – What Directors need to know!
This even is SOLD OUT! Follow the link below to secure a spot on our waitlist.
Wednesday 28th February 2018 @ 8AM
Bridgehead Business Park
Our exclusive event for directors!
The Humber Business Resilience Forum in conjunction with Institute of Directors are pleased to invite you to our latest seminar looking at Cyber and Information Security at Board Level – our exclusive event for Directors!
8-8:30: Registration, coffee, sandwiches and networking.
8:30: Welcome (Pat Coyle, IOD Chair)
8:35-8:40: Scene setting (Gordum Meldrum, HBRF Chair)
8:40-9:10: PREPARE FOR: Understanding the risks, board level responsibility, director duties, taking ownership, legal requirements and the cost of getting it wrong! Ralph Gilbert (Rollits and HBRF)
9:10-9:40: RESPOND TO: Ownership, development of a coherent cyber and information security strategy, what you need to do, planning, implementation & scope. Norman Mortell (Agenda Screening Services and IOD/HBRF)
9:40-10:10: EMERGE FROM: Managing in a crisis, planning, management of communications, PR, managing reputational risk and getting back to “normal”. Blair Jacobs (BJ Communications and IOD)
10:10-10:30: Q&A and thank you. (Gordon Meldrum, HBRF)
10:30: Optional tour of the IT@Spectrum/One Point Offices
Please arrive promptly for an 8:30AM start. Refreshments and sandwiches will be provided.
Book tickets here: https://hbrf-cyber-info-security.eventbrite.co.uk
Two vulnerabilities have come to light thanks to Google that affects “every processor since 1995”. Their names are ‘Meltdown’ and ‘Spectre’ and we should be worried. Google stated that the two bugs can be exploited to steal data which is currently being processed on...read more
Individuals and businesses are being warned to watch out for cold calls and online contact from fraudsters who are offering victims the opportunity to apply for Government grants for an advance fee.
To make the grants look legitimate fraudsters have set up bogus companies and convincing looking websites that claim to be operating on behalf of the UK Government.