Cyber Security Summit QA – (14/09/2018)

Cyber Security Summit QA Shaping the Future of the Cyber Skills Landscape 14th September International House, London A Dummies Guide to GDPR in Practice The GDPR was approved by the EU Parliament in April 2016 and after a two-year transition period, the GDPR was introduced to all EU member states…

Information Security for London – (13/08/2018)

De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms London The increasing sophistication and growth of cyber-crime has meant that companies need to have the strongest systems in place to combat this constantly evolving threat. Robert Pickett, Regional Manager at MetaCompliance, will discuss how organisations can protect themselves to ensure they remain cyber secure…

Webinar: 7 Cyber Habits for Mid Sized Organisations (09/08/2018)

Register Now – Join us for our webinar on ‘7 Cyber Habits for Mid-Sized Organisations’ on the 9th August 3pm. Having world class cyber security is a luxury many medium sized enterprises cannot afford. They typically don’t have the same big budget or resources allocated to cyber security that larger…

Webinar – Jingle Bells, Phishing Smells, Hackers Go Away! (18/12/2018)

Phishing scams are a persistent problem for organisations at all times of the year, however there is a steep increase in the number of scams at Christmas as hackers take advantage of distracted staff to launch targeted attacks. When we’re distracted, mistakes happen, and Christmas tends to be the one…

Webinar – It’s Cyber Awareness Jim, But Not as We Know It (31/01/2019)

As hackers hone their techniques and become more targeted in their attacks, it’s important to educate staff and provide them with role specific Cyber Security training that can equip them to deal with the most up to date Cyber Security threats. The problem with traditional Cyber Security training is it…

IAPP Webinar : GDPR for Dummies – Lessons from the last 12 months

With the EU General Data Protection Regulation celebrating its first anniversary in May, forward looking organizations realize that the consequences of a data breach are too significant to ignore. Some large fines have been levied since the regulation went into force, and the one-year mark represents an opportunity to review…