RANT Radio - Fireside Chat: Cyberattacks don’t happen on paper

Presented by

Chris Pace - Technology Advocate at Immersive Labs

About this talk

Even if your business has an incident response plan there’s a risk that it’s been filed away for a rainy day. But when that rainy day is actually a hurricane-force storm that means you’re struck by lightning and everything catches fire there’s a chance that we’d all wish we were a bit more familiar with how we’re supposed to respond. So what are the best ways to make that happen? Can actual cyber crises really be prepared for? Who should be involved in making sure that businesses are both ready and resilient enough to carry on in the event of ransomware, a spear-phishing attack, or a data breach? So, pour yourself a drink, pull up a stool and join Chris Pace & RANT Host Tom Odams for what promises to be an interactive, fun and informative discussion.

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