People Centred Security in Hybrid Working
On 27th April at 5.30pm (UK) the Cyber Security Faculty are hosting their next event – People Centred Security in Hybrid Working. Hosted by Wendy Barnes and Markus Krebsz.
As hybrid working – a mixture of working in the office, remotely and at home – becomes the norm, how can NEDs be assured that the organisation has reviewed and refined its ways of working to ensure cyber resilience is as robust as it needs to be? The session will explore the National Cyber Security Centre’s latest ideas on latest hybrid working developments, how the insider threat takes a different shape in hybrid working and how Board members can get assurance that cyber resilience measures are effective and balance the needs of productivity, well-being and security.
Structured Learning Points
In the context of hybrid working, how can NEDs be assured that:-
- the organisation has reviewed and refined its ways of working to ensure cyber resilience is as robust as it needs to be
- cyber resilience measures are effective in the face of the different shape of insider threats
- the needs of productivity, well-being and security are being balanced
in a proportionate manner with respect to the particular sector the business or organisation operates in.
About the speakers
Nigel Jones is Director at Templar Executives, who advises and trains leaders in Cyber Risk in the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), including finance, health, defence and transport. He is a Visiting Fellow at King’s College London, where he specialises in cyber security and information operations.
Spokesperson from National Cyber Security Centre who will update us on the latest trends in cyber threats and NCSC guidance for Boards.
Wendy Barnes & Markus Krebsz who lead Transpire’s Cyber Security Faculty will then join the Speakers on the panel to answer YOUR questions.
Wendy Barnes is a portfolio NED & cyber security consultant. Current NED roles include OCS Group, BMT Group & Scottish Power, previous roles at MOD, Met Office, Ofwat & National Crime Agency. As Director at Templar Executives, Wendy advises Boards on cyber resilience & risk management.
Markus Krebsz Currently COO/CRO at FinTech start-up. Advisor to UNs’ Group of Experts on Risk Management in Regulatory Systems, contributor to UNs’ Disaster Risk Reduction Standards & Common Regulatory Framework on Cybersecurity. OSINT security researcher with an ethical hacker certification from Hacker House.
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