18. September 2019 - 9:30 till 15:00
Cyber resilience for social service managers - Perth | The Station Hotel | Wednesday, 18. September 2019
Cyber security isn’t only for people who work in IT or might be good with computers. When cyber criminals target your service or the people who use it then you and your staff become the last line of defence.
Find out more about the cyber risks associated with health and social care environments at this free event for managers, supervisors and learning and development workers. Social service workers, either now or in the future, will have access to digital devices as part of their job. Your workers need to know how to protect and safeguard these devices and the information they have access to. It’s even more important that managers and supervisors are aware of the risks to their organisation and the actions they need to take in the event of a cyber attack.
The event offers ideas and resources you can take back to your workplace and embed into your organisations learning and development strategies. Participants will leave more aware of the existing threats to services and individuals and with a strategy to increase the resilience of their service to these. This will be a highly interactive event, where you will be able to role play in a live scenario exercise simulating a serious cyber-attack on a care service.
Refreshments and lunch provided.
• 09:30 Arrival and refreshments• 10:00 Welcome and housekeeping• 10:15 Keynote: What is Cyber Resilience?• 11:15 Using the National Cyber Security Centre’s board toolkit• 11:45 Real life examples of cyber incidents• 12:00 Lunch and networking• 12:45 Resources for workers awareness training• 13:30 Hands-on, live scenario exercise• 14:30 Group feedback, discussion and questions• 14:50 What next? • 15:00 Close
We’re happy to answer any questions you have about the event or cyber resilience in general. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
You’ll find more information about staying secure online at www.learn.sssc.uk.com/cyber/