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The UK Cyber Security Council welcomes you to an exclusive annual membership briefing as they bring the year to a close.
This is an opportunity to hear an overview of the recent review of the specialisms, the ongoing role of the Council in supporting innovation in talent pipelines, and to learn about our broader organisational aspirations for 2024.
The Cyber and Fraud Centre is hitting the road with their Trusted Partner, Consider IT, to deliver a series of events for Public and Third sector organisations during CyberScotland Week. These events will focus on discussing some key cyber security topics you and your organisation or charity should be considering for 2024.
Using the Sensitive Data Leak scenario from the National Cyber Security Centre’s Exercise in a Box toolkit, the Cyber and Fraud Centre’s team of Ethical Hackers will challenge your data protection policies and processes in a discussion based exercise aimed at improving your organisation’s resilience to extortion and sensitive data leaks.
This discussion will be led by CENSIS’s Marketing Manager, Siân Williams, who is responsible for CENSIS’s annual Technology Summit conference. The conversation will explore what it takes to run a great technology-focused event of any size – from smaller workshops and meetups to larger scale conferences.
As the holiday season approaches, businesses and charities face an increased risk of cyber attacks. Cybercriminals often take advantage of the holiday season to target unsuspecting organisations, as they know that employees may be more relaxed and less vigilant.