Webinar Recording: Cyber Resilience for Businesses in 2021 and Beyond

17 Sep

In a fast-paced, constantly evolving digital landscape, it is important for business owners and senior decision makers to understand the risks and responsibilities linked to cybercrime and digital risks.

In our latest webinar, Thomas Carroll’s cyber risk expert, Emma Francis and Head of Cyber and Innovation for The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales, Detective Inspector Michael Preston shared how you can protect your business against cybercrime.

The session covered:

  • Common types of cyber-attack and what to look for
  • Steps you can take to protect your business
  • Cyber resilience work taking place in Wales
  • Cyber insurance claims examples
  • An overview of cover availability and considerations

Your Panel

Detective Inspector Michael Preston, Head of Cyber and Innovation, The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales

Mike is a serving Detective Inspector, seconded to the Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales as its Head of Cyber and Innovation. With a strong background in Counter Fraud, Major Crime and Counter Terrorism, Mike is well placed to educate businesses around the risks posed by cybercrime and how implementing basic steps can increase cyber resilience.

Emma Francis, Cyber Risk Executive, Thomas Carroll Group plc

Emma specialises in data and digital risks, working with businesses of all sizes and sectors to ensure they are protected in the event of a cyber-attack. Emma is an experienced broker and well-positioned to advise businesses on the importance of adequate insurance cover to protect against the increasing threat of cybercrime.

If you missed our webinar, you can watch the recording here:

Other Webinars

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