Cyber Security, Risk and Resilience
  • Plymouth Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building, Plymouth University

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Cyber security is big business for vendors and attracts increasing levels of attention and concern from government. Enterprises, whether corporate, academic, governmental or other, are spending large sums on defences and protection from attack.

How much of this investment is worthwhile and what protection - and financial advantage it provides - is difficult to quantify.

This talk will briefly cover the issues above and discuss in more detail a pragmatic and risk-driven approach to security - and integration of cyber risk into overall risk management within the enterprise, in order to extract maximum advantage from sensible and targeted investment in technology, while simultaneously bringing in the far more important aspects of people and process.

This talk is open to all but registration is required via the Eventbrite website

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Speaker: Henrik Kiertzner, Consultancy Director EMEA, ViaSat UK

Henrik Kiertzner, after a long career in the British Army, during which he served worldwide largely on intelligence duties, has been, variously, IT Director of an international engineering firm and a security and risk consultant in both the physical and cyber realms for the last 15 years. He is a Member of the IET and a Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society.

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