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Webinar: The future of hybrid working and cyber considerations

We are delighted to announce our first-ever online free webinar on Thursday 1 July from 11am-12pm and everyone is welcome.

This session will focus on cyber security considerations on hybrid working and how this will look as we move out of lockdown permanently.

Most businesses over the course of the last year have had to adapt a more remote working model as offices have remained closed throughout the pandemic.

We have all had to become more agile in the way we work in our homes as we shift to an online-centric approach operationally. Whether it’s speaking with colleagues and clients over Teams or working across shared drive programmes, we have had to make these adjustments quickly. And with this, the importance of cyber security has never been greater, as businesses navigate their way through cyber protection measures.

Yet, with the end of lockdown fast approaching, we look at what organisations should be thinking about when moving back into the office space and the impact of this on their cyber security.

The ECRC’s Head of Cyber and Innovation, Detective Inspector Fiona Bail is chairing the event and will be joined by three of its Advisory Group members and fellow speakers:

  • Francis West - Westtek

  • Maria Bada - Research Fellow

  • Martin Prentice - Portfolio Director and Ambassador IoD Kent

This will be followed by a Q&A session at the end to give you a chance to ask any questions and to ensure your business is staying cyber resilient.

To register, click here. Once you have received a confirmation email, we then send you a link to the webinar which will be hosted via Teams.


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