In previous webinars we have learned about the move to online crime in part generated by the reduction in on the street opportunities and fuelled by a working from home environment which has tested and is testing a situation in which people are working in new contexts not adequately risk assessed by companies, and who have often not been able to scale up security (both technical measures and policies and procedures) at anything like the same rate. Despite the popularity of concepts such as ‘convergence’ ‘ISRM’ and buzz words promoting closer collaboration between physical and cyber security it is far from clear that Covid-19 has harnessed the links; in many cases it seems to have created a greater divide. This webinar will examine:
• To what extent and in what ways has cyber related crime become the dominant crime threat faced by organisations?
• In what ways has the push for closer collaboration between physical and cyber security been enhanced or thwarted during this time of crisis?
• Is a holistic approach to security ever really a possibility?
Salvatore D’Agostino – CEO at IDmachines and Co-Founder of OpenConsent (US)
David Crozier – Head of Strategic Partnerships & Engagement – CSIT & ECIT Global Research Institute and Founding Partner Global EPIC (UK)
Pablo López-Aguilar Beltrán – Head of IT & Cybersecurity at APWG.eu (Spain)
Sarb Sembhi – CTO, CISO at Virtually Informed (UK)