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GDPR surgery:6 - How to avoid 90% of data breaches and protect your clients, five simple steps to change human cybersecurity behaviour.
Royal Yacht Hotel

Date: March 22, 2018
Start Time: 8:00 am
End Time: 9:30 am
CPD Time: 1.5 hours
Cost: £50.00


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Start Time:8:00 am
End Time: 9:30 am

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How to avoid 90% of data breaches and protect your clients, five simple steps to change human cybersecurity behaviour.

Event date – • 22 March 2018 @ 8am


Speaker: Andrew, Founder & CEO, DynaRisk (bio below)


Key points delegates will take away:


• Find out what the single most common series of events is that leads to 90% of data breaches and how to stop them

• Learn why people are the greatest risk and biggest asset to every organisation • Learn why we need to move away from awareness training and towards action driven security• Discover why people don’t take action and how to transform their behaviour


Key timings and admin details


• Venue – The Royal Yacht Club

22 March 2018

Registration 8 am

Start 8.15

Finish 9.15 – 9.30

Cpd training hours = 1.5hrs


Speakers bio


• Andrew is the founder and CEO of DynaRisk, a fast-growing cybersecurity startup. The company has built a system to determine a person’s level of cyber risk then gives them simple actions to take protect themselves. The technology has been bundled with insurance, provided as an employee benefit and as a staff training tool to help companies comply with GDPR and other regulations.


• An industry leading security professional, Andrew is a holder of the Security Expert (GSE) designation, one of only 150 worldwide. Earlier in his career as a cyber investigator in the banking sector, his threat research contributed to the protection of millions of people around the world. His work triggered international investigations by Interpol, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, US Secret Service and other law enforcement agencies into criminal groups and nation states.