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"Some 96% of cyber attacks could be prevented through basic housekeeping measures. The challenge is not just technical but people-related: people are key to a more effective approach to fighting cyber crime."
nick chaffey, defence, security and resilience consulting, PA CONSULTING GROUP

PA's Nick Chaffey joins the expert panel at the Westminster eForum on eCrime, cyber threats and protecting critical infrastructure

PA's Nick Chaffey spoke at the Westminster eForum on eCrime, cyber threats and protecting critical infrastructure which took place in central London on 24 November 2011.

The seminar presented a timely opportunity to assess the UK's National Cyber Security Programme and how well the nation's energy, communications and transport networks are prepared to defend themselves. It also addressed the question of how businesses can regain the online confidence of business and consumers following high-profile security breaches, such as those of the Sony PlayStation Network, and the Sun and Google email servers.

As a member of the expert panel, Nick shared his insights and experience on the next steps for the National Cyber Security Programme and protecting UK critical national infrastructure. Nick considered the role of people in an effective cyber security strategy, how organisations can manage the insider threat, and key practical actions for both government and industry as they seek to work together to counter the cyber threat.  

To speak to a member of our cyber security team about developing an effective cyber security strategy for your organisation, please contact us now.

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