This event from Siker Cyber and Scottish Business Resilience Centre is part of Cyber Scotland Week 2021. Before SolarWinds, in July 2020, an Atlantic Council feature stated: “Software supply chain
This event from Siker Cyber and Scottish Business Resilience Centre is part of Cyber Scotland Week 2021.
Before SolarWinds, in July 2020, an Atlantic Council feature stated: “Software supply chain attacks are a regular feature of cybersecurity but remain understudied as a tactic of malicious actors and a tool of cyber statecraft”. Statecraft happens but, the fact remains that non-malicious actors cause the most frequent incidents (91% of breached start with phishing to an unsuspecting person – Deloitte. Jan 2020). With COVID the threat landscape has exponentially increased the opportunity for non-malicious actors to cause breaches, while hackers are using the soft-touch gateways to gain access to supply chains and corporate infrastructure
A panel of experts will discuss vital topics including
The most common sources of attacks, referring to incidents, their implications and lessons learned.
Everyone has a role to play, because people are the first line of defence.
Economic training not only up-skills competency but develops a culture of cyber awareness and protection.
Standards, frameworks and taxonomy are the common foundations in building resilience.
Better communication via a common lexicon and cultural interaction between IT and Operations reduces risk and accidents.
Moderator: Peter Meehan, Co-Founder, Cybersecurity Workforce Alliance (CWA), SVP iQ4 Corp.
Tim Harwood, Founder and CEO, Siker Ltd
Carol Brooks, Managing Director, Platinum 3P Ltd
Richard Stevens, Director of Education ASIS UK
Eamonn Keane, Head of Cyber & Innovation, SBRC
(Tuesday) 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm GMT
Scottish Business Resilience Centre01786 447441 Oracle Campus, Blackness Rd, Linlithgow EH49 7LR