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Tuesday, June 28th 2016
15:00 – 16:00 BST
10:00 – 11:00 EDT
07:00 – 08:00 PDT


We need to admit that the cyber security industry has failed.

That failure is in the rock solid defence of organisations and their critical data, customer information and intellectual property that we were promised over the past few years. The new reality is that your organisation will suffer a data breach, security incident or some other related event at some point sooner or later.

So once we accept the new normal of cyber security what steps can we take to protect ourselves from further damage post-incident? What steps do we need to put place now that will provide a proportionate, cost effective response to an inevitable incident?

During our webinar you will hear from cyber security practitioners that have faced down the barrel of a security incident and managed to contain the damage and get businesses back on an even keel.

Are you sure that your protection concept can withstand attacks? If not, join us:


The webinar will cover the following topics:

  • The changing face of security incidents – the bad guys aren’t who you think they are
  • The golden hour – how 60 minutes can save your business
  • Building resilience into your incident support response
  • Tools and technologies that can help, and not hinder, your response
  • Planning today for tomorrow’s incident

Who should attend?

Anyone with an interest in protecting their business from cyber related incidents including risk owners, IT managers and staff, corporate counsel, HR leaders and business leaders who are looking for an independent and objective view on managing incidents.

Our free webinar takes approx. 45 minutes. Please click on the button to register. Then you will receive a confirmation e-mail and your personal access data. If you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact us: webinars@openskyuk.com


We look forward to welcoming you.

Your OpenSky Event-Team

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