“Oh no, we’ve been hacked” or “How to stop cyber chick’n lick’n”
19th Oct 2022, 12pm
It’s ok you can panic. Your business has just been hacked. But what then? What do you do? Do you know?
About this event
Join the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre and two of their advisory groups members exploring these questions.
We want to help businesses understand that with a little bit of prior thought, managing a cyber incident doesn’t have to see you acting like a headless chicken.
Aimed at small to medium businesses, Fiona, Francis and Buck, will explore actions to consider before, during and after the incident to minimise the time, money and reputational damage that a company can suffer.
With the opportunity to ask questions as they come up, or submit them beforehand to: firstname.lastname@example.org, come along and build your cyber resilience.
Who are we?
The Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre is a policing-led, not for profit organisation with the aim of helping small and medium businesses and third sector organisation increase their cyber resilience, with a free community, free tools and guidance as well as affordable services.
Detective Inspector Fiona Bail – Head of Cyber and Innovation at the ECRC. Fiona comes from a faud and cybercrime investigation background.
Francis West – Managing Director of Westek and ECRC advisory group member – Originally from South Africa, Francis West has spent nearly 30 years in the UK delivering IT and cyber security solutions to businesses.
Buck Rogers – Senior Cyber role at BAE and ECRC advisory group member – Following a 15-year career in the Royal Navy, Professor Rogers held a number of senior leadership roles at the Ministry of Defence. He then joined the Bank of England where he was chief information security officer and latterly chief security officer. In June 2019, Professor Rogers joined HSBC as group head of resilience advisory function, and since 2021 has been in a senior cyber role in the defence industry.
Organiser: Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre