Ransomware Seminar 19th May 09.30-11.30 aql HQ Leeds
Ransomware is now one of the biggest threats to industry, charities, health and citizens.
aql® as part of their planned programme of events supporting the NCSC Cyber Information Sharing Partnership for Yorkshire and Humber are working with the Police Regional Cyber Crime Unit had planned an event this Friday with expertise from Kasperky, the police and also Leeds University to help businesses understand how to protect themselves against ransomware attacks.
Over the weekend a global ransomware attack has caused considerable challenge to many organisations not least the NHS in the UK. These attacks demonstrate the real need to stay ahead and to be informed about ransomware. Ransomware can affect business, charities, health and any organisation connected online.
We still have some spaces available at the seminar on Friday.
If you wish to come along please pre-book through the Eventbrite site via : https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/yorkshire-and-humber-business-protect-seminar-on-ransomware-tickets-34423213759.
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As part of the seminar we will be promoting the Government Security portal CISP (www.ncsc.gov.uk/cisp) which has provided a highly valuable forum over the last weekend in helping many organisations share information and seek advice about ransomware. The Yorkshire and Humberside CISP Chair is aql's CEO Dr Adam Beaumont. Adam and aql have appointed Stuart Hyde QPM to provide the valuable outreach that’s needed to promote CISP for local organisations including business, schools, health and charities.
Find out how to protect yourself
Ransomware is now increasingly prevalent and makes PCs or devices unusable until owners pay to unlock them. It can shut you down!
The risk to business is "significant and growing", as stated by the National Crime Agency and GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre. Yorkshire and Humberside CISP champion Adam and Northern Powerhouse aql, invite you to learn about Ransomware and how to protect yourself.
Please bring identification.
Parking is available at the Tetley Brewery Car Park opposite, or a short walk from Leeds Railway Station. The seminar seeks to empower businesses to protect themselves from ransomware and upskill their knowledge on managing this type of attack.