Are you equipped to handle a cyber-breach?

Webinar

Overview

The National Cyber Security Centre recently reported an increase in the number of cybersecurity breaches occurring during the COVID-19 crisis.

The highly sophisticated cyber-attacks on easyJet and Honda are just two recent illustrations. The frequency of cyber-breaches, together with the difficulties of recovering from them, highlights the need for businesses to prioritise this threat on their board agendas. By creating well thought through crisis management plans, organisations of whatever sector can ensure that they can respond quickly and effectively in the event of a breach, and thereby minimise the impact to their business operations and further exposure to risk.

So how competent is your cyber risk governance framework? Is it robust enough to cope? Are your software and operating systems up-to-date? Where is your data kept? Would your organisation be able to continue ‘business as normal’ if you had a cybersecurity breach?

By attending this webinar, you will come away with an understanding of best practice in this area and of how to respond to cyber-threats to minimise business disruption efficiently.

Speakers

Your speakers for this webinar are Nancy Wang, CEO of Advancing Women in Product & Silicon Valley Tech Expert - currently leading Data Protection for Amazon Web Services, and Frank Satterwhite, CEO of 1600 Cyber.

Nancy Wang, CEO, Advancing Women in Product & Silicon Valley Tech Expert

Nancy is currently the Head of Data Protection Services (AWS Backup) for Amazon Web Services, where she leads product, engineering, and design teams. Previously, Nancy also led the develop-ment of the first SaaS product for Rubrik, the fastest-growing enterprise software unicorn. With a history of building and launching large-scale enterprise systems in storage, data management, and networking, she built platform products at Google (Fiber) and for the U.S. Intelligence Community in Washington, D.C.

Nancy is passionate about advancing more women into product & engineering roles, which led me to found Advancing Women in Product (AWIP), a global 501c3 non-profit with 16,000 members and seven international chapters over three continents. AWIP has worked with some of the biggest names in tech, including Amazon Web Services, Google, VMware, and the Wharton School of Busi-ness to deliver award-winning workshops that enable women to attain the right skills and execu-tive mentorship to succeed.

Nancy is a passionate product builder and inventor (with three patents pending and one on file with the USPTO) and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Ap-plied Sciences.

Frank Satterwhite, Founder and CEO, 1600 Cyber

Founder and CEO of 1600 Cyber GmbH, www.1600Cyber.com. Frank is a global cybersecurity expert and social influencer. Frank has and still leads the handling of cyber attacks and incidents that can cause geopolitical instability. For the majority of his career, he has held high-level security clearances for NATO and the Department of Defense, working in classified, Joint warfighting, and private sector environments in Europe.

Frank's formal training includes a Bachelors from UC Berkeley and his Master's in Cyber Security from George Mason's Engineering Program. He is an authorised ISACA Trainer, CISSP, CISM, and CSX-P Boot Camp Instructor. His technical skills, experience, education, and training gives him an advanced understanding on effective leadership in security programs.

Frank proudly founded 1600 Avenue a 501c3 non-profit based in Los Angeles and Silicon Valley, www.1600Avenue.com. This organisation, along with 1600 Music Group, www.1600MusicGroup.com, partners with entertainment icons to inspire the next generation of cyber leaders. 

Booking

We’ll be hosting this webinar via Zoom

Price: Free

Date: 20 August 2020

Timing: 15:30 - 16:15pm BST

CPD: 1 hour

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