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Cyber Security Workshop

Wed, 07 Jun


Tees Valley

Cyber Security Workshop

This workshop introduces the topic and terminology of cyber security, as well as, understanding Cyber Security Incident Response Plan.

Time & Location

07 Jun, 09:30 – 15:30 BST

Tees Valley, Stephenson Building, Stephenson St, Tees Valley, Middlesbrough TS1 3BA, UK

About the event

Cyber Security threats are relentless and growing. No business is immune. Protect yourself or risk falling victim to devastating cyber-attacks that can cripple your operations, steal sensitive data, and tarnish your reputation.

Act now to safeguard your digital assets by attending the fully funded Cyber Security Workshop provided by Tekgem on behalf of the IDTC.

The workshop is split into two sessions, the first introducing cyber security as a concept, and the second focusing on incident response plan development. You will leave the day with a bespoke Incident Response Plan should your business suffer a cyber-attack, mitigating substantial risks to your operations.

Introduction to Cybersecurity

1. Introduction

2. Understanding Cybersecurity

• What is Cybersecurity, types of Cyber Attacks and terminology

3. Basic Cybersecurity Concepts

• Understanding the CIA triad (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability)

• Password management and multi-factor authentication

• Network security, firewalls & anti-malware solutions

4. Best Practices for Cybersecurity

• Cybersecurity policy and governance

• Incident response plan

• Security awareness training for employees

• Regular system updates and patch management

• Data backup and disaster recovery

5. Conclusion

• Recap of key takeaways

• Q&A session

Incident Response Plan Development

1. Introduction

2. Understanding Cyber Security Incident Response

• What is a Cyber Security Incident Response Plan? Why is it important?

• Types of incidents that require a response plan

• Incident response team roles and responsibilities

3. Developing a Cyber Security Incident Response Plan

• Identifying critical assets and data

• Creating an incident response plan framework

• Developing incident response procedures

• Conducting regular training and testing

4. Implementing the Cyber Security Incident Response Plan

• Deployment and rollout of the plan

• Incident response process workflow

• Documenting incidents and responses

• Continuous improvement and review

5. Conclusion

• Recap of key takeaways

• Q&A session

• Workshop feedback and evaluation

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

To be eligible you MUST be an SME within the Tees Valley with an annual turnover no greater than €50m per annum.

Find out more about Tekgem-

Find out more about the Industrial Digitalisation Technology Centre (IDTC) project at Teesside University-

Contact IDTC via email at if you have any enquiries.

This project is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.

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