The Cyber Ecosystem
Event submitted on Friday, August 21st 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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This virtual conference looks excellent – highly recommended. Organized by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, this security event examines (amongst other items) how COVID has influenced a rise in Cybercrime. With a large percentage of professionals still working from home (WFH) criminal hackers now have a large attack profile to go after. If you work in the UK and have any association with Cybercrime then I’d absolutely recommend that you learn more about this conference.
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This year’s Cambridge Cyber Risk Conference explores “The Cyber Ecosystem” – how cyber risk inter-connects with influences and consequences within and beyond the technical arena.
In this conference, we invite participants to explore the drivers of cyber risk for an individual organization and from broader societal and macroeconomic trends.
The digital economy has been boosted by remote working and changes in retail distribution during the pandemic, and this has forced the global economy to reassess modes of consumption, supply, interaction, security, and productivity. We invite participation from a wide variety of specialists and business managers, including cybersecurity specialists, ethical hackers, academics studying aspects of cyber crime, motivation, and technology, Chief Information Security Officers and their teams, cyber insurance practitioners, and advisors and specialists.
The conference will take place on Thursday 17 September 2020 between 15:00 and 18:00 BST (10:00 to 13:00 EST; 07:00 to 10:00 PST).