How to avoid losing your entire business in 30 seconds
Cyber Security was marked as a Tier 1 threat by the UK government over 10 years ago. Just like a global pandemic that many thought would never happen...
Join South Yorkshire Chambers to learn about the growing threat of cybercrime and why it keeps our politicians and spies awake at night. Hear about the steps your company needs to be taking to avoid being the star of an online horror story.
Your time is precious. You are busy. Not only big companies are targeted by foreign governments and criminals. There are many reasons not to attend, but doing so might just save your business.
The Events Agenda
- 9:30 am - Welcome
- 9:35 am - Latest cyber security insights from South Yorkshire businesses
Steve Hughes, Policy Points
- 9.40am – Cybercrime - The threat for businesses
Eliza-May Austin, th4ts3cur1ty.company
- 9.50am – Perspectives from The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
A representative from NCSC
- 10.00am – Business Reliance and Support Resources
Danielle Lee, South Yorkshire Police and Steve Leach, North East Business Resilience Centre (NEBRC)
- 10.10am – Your questions covered (Q&A)
- 10.25am – Summative comments and next steps
- 10.30am – Event close
Meet our speakers
Eliza-May Austin is the CEO of th4ts3curity.company a tech startup specializing in cyber defence through adversary emulation purple teaming and the building corporate defences against cyber-attack. She also Co-founded the subsidiary PocketSIEM, the world's most cost-effective SIEM service. Back in 2017, she launched the not-for-profit LHS (Ladies Hacking Society) the world's largest community of female hackers, which now comprises of 5 chapters, and is managed by 19 volunteers!
The National Cyber Security Centre
Cyber Protect Officer, South Yorkshire Police
Dannielle Lee joined South Yorkshire Police as Cyber Protect Officer in 2020. Her role involves delivering cyber-crime protection information to communities and businesses across the South Yorkshire force area through presentations, meetings and calls. She is also experienced in sharing messages with the wider public through social media and community alerts. In addition, Dannielle provides personalised, one-to-one advice and support to previous victims of cyber-crime to prevent them from becoming a repeat victim.
Detective Inspector, North East Business Resilience Centre (NEBRC)