Webinar Series
PEOPLE MATTER
Security, Resilience & Innovation

We’re excited to announce that Cyber Risk Aware is launching a new series of webinars on human risk factors in cyber security, in partnership with the Oxford Cyber Academy. Our ‘People Matter’ discussions will bring together leaders from business, security and academia to share challenges, lessons learnt and innovation to help any organisation develop new perspectives in this critical area.

Join us for the first in our series, on Thursday 24th June at 11.30 AM BST where we will discuss: ‘Security Awareness – from theory to practice and doing more with less’ with Charlie Powditch, Head of Security Education and Awareness at Willis Towers Watson, the global risk management, insurance brokerage and advisory company.

Our next webinars:

  • 13th July at 11.30 BST with Liz Murray, the Security Culture and Awareness Lead at FNZ and formerly the Head of Cyber Awareness Training at HSBC
  • 16th September at 11.30am BST with Sian John MBE, Director SCI Strategic Growth Business development at Microsoft
Cyber Risk Aware Webinar Series - People Matter - Security, Resilience & Innovation - June 24th 2021

Over 90% of security incidents are caused by lack of staff awareness.

Assess the level of human cyber risk in your business, mitigate the risk where found and meet your compliance obligations.

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You can have the best security tools in place, but the human element is really the last mile and it’s the one that can make or break you.

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