Since February 2021 ransomware attacks affecting education establishments increased exponentially across the UK. These occurrences have become almost a weekly topic in the news, leaving IT professionals uncertain on how to efficiently protect their data, staff, devices and students.
Our live event brings together a mix of speakers to give their differing perspectives on the threats and challenges posed to educational organisations in the current climate, and most importantly, to give honest advice on ways you can defend against and mitigate the damage of any cyber attack.
Join us on the 17th of June at 10.30 am for a live panel discussion on the current cybersecurity landscape in education with leaders from the police, education and cyber security industry.
- Detective Chief Superintendent Andrew Gould, National Police Chiefs' Council
- Neil Limbrick FISBL, Partner at Limbrick Consultancy LLP and Founder of theEducationCollective
- Ben Whitaker, Head of IT Services, Bury Grammar Schools
- David Emm, Principal Security Researcher, Kaspersky
- Moderator: Mark Lomas, Cloud Solutions Architect, Probrand
Topics the speakers will touch upon:
- Where the threats coming from? What steps can be taken to preempt them?
- How can IT professionals discuss their cyber objectives with leadership teams?
- What should an establishment do if it's attacked? How can it ensure that data is effectively stored and ensure business continuity?
- And your questions answered!
Do you have any questions to the speakers? Submit any questions on email@example.com and we’ll pass them on!
Spaces are limited and served on a first come first served basis.