Many factors influence how resilient a firm is to cyber attacks. What determines how well an organisation responds to it?

Speaker

Samuel Hamill-Stewart, Senior Consultant, Deloitte

Agenda

15:00 - Presentation and discussion
16:00 - Close of event

Synopsis

The ISSG committee is committed to presenting a series of webinars delivered by early career professionals to contribute to the early careers agenda of the Institute. This webinar series consists of career stories and presentations/workshops delivered by Cyber Security Early Career Professionals from around the world.

Many factors influence how resilient a firm is to cyber attacks. Often overlooked in the security field are the business and cultural contexts that often define how significant incidents are. In this session the aim is to share industry views as part of a learning journey for those early in their career. Samuel will explore the technical development of an incident and the surrounding factors that could determine how well an organisation responds to it.

The session will be split into two sections. Firstly, starting with the presentation on incident response and followed by an overview of Samuel’s career development to date and insights he has gathered along the way.

About the speaker

Headline Speaker: Samuel Hamill-Stewart, Senior Consultant, Deloitte
Samuel started his role at Deloitte as a Senior Consultant within the Cyber Incident Response team over a year ago. Before then, he worked at Vodafone in a Security Engineer capacity, having started on their graduate program. Samuel has experience responding to security incidents, creating processes for developing Security Operations Centres (SOC) and conducting threat hunts.

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event, please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.

This event is brought to you by: BCS Information Security specialist group

Webinar: Cyber Incident Response and the Business and Cultural Factors at Play
Date and time
7 May, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Location
Webinar
Price
Free