Building Cyber Resilience to Cyber Crime

UK businesses recorded record losses as a result of cyber attacks in 2023 with the trends expected to continue in 2024. Join expert speakers from Intqual-pro and NFU Mutual Bedford to understand how businesses are being exploited and simple ways to reduce the risk of being another victim to cyber crime.

Date: Wednesday 28 February 2024
Time: 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Venue: The Swan Hotel, MK40 1RW

Breakfast rolls, teas and coffees will be served from 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM

RSVP by 20 February 2024

Meet the speakers:

Barry Searle
Managing Director, Intqual-pro

A former military Intelligence professional that has worked across a number of law enforcement agencies and intelligence services.  Now Managing Director at Intqual-pro and lead for the Cyber Stars Initiative, Barry has worked with hundreds of companies to enable better understanding and mitigation of cyber threats through a combination of effective processes, tools and improved human behaviours.

Intqual-pro are the UKs largest private provider of formal qualifications in the Intelligence and Investigations sector and their Cyber Stars Initiative has been delivered to over 300,000 people globally since 2015 across a vast range of sectors. With extensive experience in financial services, the Cyber Stars Initiative is now popular across the UKs Critical National Infrastructure, to include electricity, gas and nuclear services.

Hannah Morgan
Business Development Consultant, NFU Mutual

With over a decade in the insurance industry, Hannah has specialised in commercial insurance, with a particular focus on financial lines such as D&O and Cyber Liability.

Her extensive experience involves collaborating with businesses of all sizes to navigate the diverse risks in today’s litigious climate.

She excels in explaining technical threats and offering tailored protection strategies across various sectors.

Secure your FREE registration here: https://www.intqual-pro.com/building-cyber-resilience-to-cyber-crime/

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