The Second Annual Changing Landscape of Cyber Security in the UK Event
According to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2021, four in ten businesses (39%) and a quarter of charities (26%) have reported having cybersecurity attacks in the last 12 months. Quantitative and qualitative evidence from the study suggests that the risk level is potentially higher than ever under COVID-19 and that businesses have found it harder to administer cybersecurity measures during the pandemic.
The UK National Fraud & Cyber Crime Reporting Centre calculates that £34.5 million has been stolen in online fraud and scams since March 2020. Since schools, colleges and universities returned in September 2020, there has been a sharp rise in ransomware attacks against them.
This event will examine the key issues related to improving cyber security in the UK in 2022. It will give a vital insight into how organisations can protect themselves against attacks by becoming more resilient and adept at identifying and managing cyber risks.
Hear the latest Government policy and updates from key agencies and listen to case study examples from a wide range of public sector organisations including education, healthcare, local government and central government.Find out more & register