Thu, 18 Nov|
Is your supply chain increasing your business risk?
Supply chain attacks have been prominent in the news recently but how does this increase affect small businesses and what can businesses do to protect themselves? Join us to find out.
Time & Location
18 Nov 2021, 11:00 – 12:00
About the Event
Join the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre to explore the risk of supply chains to businesses.
Whether it is large scale attacks as seen in SolarWinds or the compromise of your trusted suppliers, all businesses are at risk from their supply chains. By understanding the risk means that you can put plans in place to mitigate them.
Listen in and ask your questions to our panel experts as they discuss the key topics that affect SMEs within supply chain considerations. Find out what you can do to protect your business and increase your cyber resilience.
Kim Bradford: Equidistant Consulting Limited, a small Hertfordshire-based consultancy operating two distinct brands: Sphere Data Protection and Sphere HR. We work with micro, small and medium-sized businesses across a broad set of markets and industries, helping build awareness and understanding of their HR and data compliance requirements.
Steve Mair: An experienced and qualified information security professional, with a strong background in risk and governance, consultancy, IT and information security training gained over more than 30 years in the industry. He provides consultancy and training services to clients ranging from SMEs to multinationals and governments.
Buck Rogers: 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.