May 4, 2020
Access the Experts – Cyber Security Webinar
Working environments have changed dramatically in recent months with businesses now relying heavily on digital tools. It is now more important than ever that businesses remain aware of and resilient to new cyber threats.
This interactive session will allow you to tap into the knowledge and experience of experts in fraud, cyber security and protecting your business and employees from cyber attacks.
Hosting a small number of companies, this session will provide the opportunity to ask questions and interact with our speakers. Our three experts will cover:
- Protecting your business during a change of security systems as a result of migrations from the workplace
- User awareness and educating against cyber attacks
- Examples of frauds and scams developing in the wake of COVID-19 and how to protect your business against them eg. ‘Bogus Boss’ & ‘Invoicing Redirection.’
About the Speakers
Maggie Hunter, Head of Fraud, Ulster Bank
Maggie has responsibility for supporting Ulster Bank in the areas of customer, staff and bank security including fraud prevention, physical security, cyber and information security, and investigations. She is a primary point of contact for incident response and engagement with partner organisations and supports the delivery of focused training to help protect Ulster Bank customers and staff.
Dr Philip O’Kane, Lecturer, Network Systems Security, Queen’s University Belfast
Dr Philip O’Kane has over 20 years’ industrial experience in software development in financial and capital markets and the telecoms sectors. Philip took his industrial experience to academia and studied at Queen’s University Belfast/CSIT (Centre for Secure Information Technologies) for a PhD in Obfuscated Malware Detection and the reverse engineering of malware. Philip remains at Queen’s as a lecturer researching malware and secure software development at CSIT.
Dr Sandra Scott-Hayward, Lecturer, Network Systems Security, Queen’s University Belfast
Dr. Sandra Scott-Hayward is currently a Lecturer with the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and a Member of the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT). She has published a series of IEEE papers on performance and security designs for SDN, co-edited a Springer book Guide to Security in SDN and NFV–Challenges, Opportunities, and Applications published in December 2017, and served on the TPC of numerous IEEE and ACM conferences.
To register your interest in this business support session, please contact Catriona Henry: Catriona.Henry@northernirelandchamber.com
This webinar is available to NI Chamber members only.
Please note priority will be given to trading NI Chamber members who will directly benefit from the access to experts in this area.
Please read NI Chamber’s booking terms and conditions before registering your place.