Stay on top of your proactive cybersecurity defences with our 30-minute TECH Talk webinar series.
This monthly series will feature brief 30-minute discussions with cybersecurity experts who will present different technical testing solutions and provide actionable ways for organisations to proactively sharpen their cyber defences.
Join us for the 2nd TECH Talk in this webinar series:
How secure are your wearable tech devices?
Thursday 07 September | 16:00 BST, 11:00 EST
This TECH Talk will examine the potential cybersecurity implications of wearable technology, techniques that can be used by an attacker to gain access to these devices and how organisations and individuals can ensure they are taking the appropriate steps to protect themselves and their data.
Attendees will learn:
- What PII data can wearable devices store and how is it secured?
- What are the implications should these devices be discarded, lost or stolen?
- How can an attacker gain additional system access to a device?
- How can you protect the data in wearable devices?
Who should attend:
- Information security professionals
- Cybersecurity professionals
Upcoming webinars in this series:
- October 2017 - to be announced shortly.
Managing Director and Co-Founder, Gotham Digital Science, a Stroz Friedberg company
Justin has over 19 years of risk management, security consulting and security testing experience in the United Kingdom, the United States, and New Zealand. Read more...
Security Consultant, Gotham Digital Science, a Stroz Friedberg company
Elliott Ward is a security consultant working for Gotham Digital Science, a Stroz Friedberg Company performing penetration tests and code review for thick-client, web and mobile applications. He is CREST certified tester and has previously worked as a developer writing code for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms.
Cyber risk is a top concern for enterprises.
According to the 2017 North America Cyber Risk Transfer Comparison Report:
- 87% of respondents believe that cyber liability is one of the top 10 business risks for their organisations
- 24% of organisations have cyber insurance coverage
- $3.6M is the average economic impact of a material or significantly disruptive security exploit or data breach