Geopolitics and Cybersecurity

November 4th, 2020

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Geopolitics and Cybersecurity

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From the last few years, it’s clear that cyber is the preferred tool adversaries use against one another for financial and political gain. Nation-state actors have a unique advantage over other adversaries since they have arguably unlimited resources to accomplish their mission – Sam Curry – Cybereason

As we find ourselves amid a global pandemic with cyber-criminals taking full advantage of phishing and malware attacks, preying on users, and the simple but lethal user errors, we mustn’t forget about other online attacks. Geopolitical issues and nation-state cyber-attacks are also on the rise and it’s important to be aware they are indiscriminate, with the attackers becoming more refined and more skilled. Taking steps to protect your organization has never been more important.

In this free event supported by Exponential-e, find out more about the ever-changing and emerging threats from cybersecurity in geopolitics and how developing technologies will eventually trickle down to affect us all.

About the speakers:

Dr. Carly Belermand is an Assistant Professor in the International Relations of the Middle East in the School of Government and International Affairs at Durham University. Her research is situated between the fields of Foreign Policy Analysis (FPA) and Conflict Resolution, with a particular focus on the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Mark Belgrove is Head of Cyber Consultancy at Exponential-e, respected security professional with more than 20 years’ experience in the IT Security market, with a solid background in delivering security policies, procedures, and standards.

13:00: Welcome and introduction – Phil Jackman – Dynamo North East, Carla West – Exponential-e
13:05: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love USCYBERCOM – Dr. Carly Beckerman – Durham University
13:25: Geopolitics and cyber-attacks: what you need to know – Mark Belgrove – Head of Cyber Consultancy, Exponential-e
13:40: Panel discussion – Chaired by Phil Jackman
14:00: Close

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