The Cyber Essentials Scheme has been developed by the UK Government to help businesses deal with the business-critical issue of cyber security. The scheme provides a set of controls that organisations can implement to achieve a basic level of cyber security.
IT Governance invites you to attend the first ever event on Cyber Essentials on June 24 2014 in London.
A high-profile list of government and industry figures will discuss the scheme, levels of compliance and the need for businesses to develop cyber resilience.
When: 24 June 2014
Where: Dexter House, No.2 Royal Mint Court, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4QN
Price: Early bird until Friday 13 June: £50
Price thereafter: £75 if there are spaces still available
The day will include:
- The latest information from the UK Government on the Cyber Essentials Scheme, compliance criteria and the challenges of implementing Cyber Essentials
- Free cyber risk consultancy advice surgeries – confidential one-to-one advice sessions with a consultant.
- Live demonstrations of vulnerability scanning and penetration testing by qualified ethical hackers.
Attend this high profile event and be the first to get the latest update on the Cyber Essentials Scheme and what you need to be doing to protect your organisation in cyber space.
This high-profile event is limited to just 50 delegates and spaces are filling up fast.
If there are plans to implement cyber essentials into your organisation then it’s advised that you go on IT Governance’s Cyber Essentials Foundation Course. This one day course is aligned to the Cyber Essentials Scheme launched by the UK Government in 2014 and will enable delegates to understand how to apply the requirements as set out by the scheme.