Following the success of the launch event of the Cyber Security Forum in April, FSB Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire Police are delighted to invite you to the second Cyber Security Forum, this time with the University of Lincoln.
Join fellow business owners and entrepreneurs at an informative breakfast event with an array of guest speakers, who will advise you on Cyber Security and how you can protect your business better against the threat of cyber crime. Also get the latest updates about cyber security in Lincolnshire from the Lincolnshire Police Cyber Crime Unit.
The event will take place on Tuesday 23 July 2019 between 7:30am and 10:00am at the Lincoln International Business School. This is a free event.
7.30 am - 8.00 am: Networking in the cafe area
8.00 am: Opening and update by Mike Johnson – Chair of the Cyber Security Forum
8.05 am: Cyber Crime the current picture from the FSB – Neil Sharpley Chair Ministry of Justice Policy Unit
8.15 am: Presentation from the London Digital Security Centre on their approach to Cyber Essentials
8.45 am: 'Exercise in a Box' from the NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) and how it can help test your resilience to a cyber attack! - PC Luke Casey, Cyber Protect Officer, Lincolnshire Police Cyber Crime Unit
9.00 am: 5 minute Break
9.05 am: Training and Knowledge session – How to better prepare your staff against Cyber Crime
9.20 am: Website updates – Harry Lancaster, Cyber Protect/Prevent Officer & SC Greg Stevenson, Cyber Crime Special Constable
9.30 am: Round Table Discussions – and polling questions using Sli.do
9.45 am: Questions and answers session
9.55 am: Summary and Close
10.00 am: Networking
For general enquiries regarding the event please contact Jackie Richardson: firstname.lastname@example.org