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#ArtofPossible: Cybercrime in Business – Hacking the Hacker
1 September 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Costing $1 trillion to the global economy, cybercrime now represents the top business concern in 2022.
No matter your sector or your size, it’s no longer a question of ‘if’ your company or organisation will be targeted, but “when”. Cyber-attacks are not only financially costly, they can also evoke mistrust and reputational damage. Attacks increased by 125% during the pandemic with around a third of UK business experiencing cyber-attacks or breaches once a week.
At our September #ArtofPossible, you will hear from top experts on current threats, practical support available, and how to beat the hackers by thinking like one. We will also meet leading cyber disruptors helping leaders to prepare against future cyber shocks.
As ever, our interactive panel discussion will be followed by the opportunity to meet your fellow attendees and speakers over drinks and bites.
-Networking with Drinks & Bites
Meet the panel
Chaired by Dr Natalie Coull, Head of Division of Cyber Security, School of design at Abertay University, and Non-exec Director at Droman Solutions
Mike Smith, Incident Response & Threat Intelligence Manager, Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC)
Dr Karen Renaud, University of Strathclyde
More speakers TBA
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