The Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre – helping SMEs be cyber resilient
29th Sep 2021, 6pm
We are really excited to have Detective Inspector Fiona Bail with us to give a talk about Cybercrime and The Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre.
Cybercrime is a growing threat to businesses of all sizes, but small and medium enterprises may not have the resources or confidence to implement cyber resilience strategies. The ECRC has been set up to help those companies recognise the risk and mitigate it, through free membership, guidance and affordable services.
Join us for a review of the current cybercrime landscape, why the ECRC has been set up and some practical tips that companies can implement to help improve their cyber resilience.
✔ What is the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre (ECRC)
✔ Why the ECRC is required
✔ A review of the current cyber resilience landscape
✔ Some practical guidance for companies to implement
About Detective Inspector Fiona Bail:
I am Detective Inspector Fiona Bail, previously within Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s Serious and Complex Fraud and Cyber team and now seconded as the Head of Cyber and Innovation for the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre (ECRC). The ECRC is a police-led not-for-profit company, set up as part of a national network of Cyber Resilience Centres to give SMEs guidance and access to affordable cyber services. We are a collaboration between policing, industry experts and academia to increase cyber resilience in our Region. We cover Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex and Kent.
We are collaborating with OWASP on this event and a recording will be made available shortly after for Meetup Group members to view. Numbers are restricted for this event and will be on a first come first served basis.
Organiser: Suffolk Developers