Learn from their mistakes - security breakfast briefing

Use the power of hindsight without the pain - acts and theories around the SWIFT hack on the Bangladesh Bank

There is no such thing as a typical victim when it comes to cybersecurity or a data breach. But there are things we can all learn from events and incidents that happen to other people.

This breakfast briefing will dissect some of the security events of 2016 and help you avoid the pitfalls in your future (it will also provide you with a good breakfast to start the day).

This free seminar for investigators and senior personnel will:  

  • Help you can learn from breaches that have happened, understand what types of data are the biggest risk, and what you can do to reduce the risk
  • Look in detail at the facts and theories around the SWIFT hack on the Bangladesh Bank, and discuss what lessons can be learned from an attack that - whilst audacious - followed a common methodology used by most cyber-attacks
  • Provide the chance for Q&As and network with other security professionals

This seminar will give you the insight to help protect your organisation and its valuable systems and data

The event is suitable for: People with direct responsibility for the day-to-day running of information security, information governance, IT or network security, cyber security, digital forensic investigations or incident response, and compliance or risk management. 


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Shangri-La Hotel At The Shard London

31 St Thomas St, London SE1 9QU, UK

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