How and when should cyber incidents be reported?

How and when should cyber incidents be reported?

Rik Ferguson advises on the requirements and processes for reporting cyber incidents and how jurisdictions come into play.

In the UK there is Action Fraud, in Europe there is Europol. Wherever you are, reporting cyber crime is important because it helps create better understanding as well as stimulating governments to provide more resources for cyber security.

At #teissLondon2017, expert speakers addressed 400 information security industry leaders as part of discussions on how to build an agile cyber security culture.

Review the post-event report from this conference. We also run a series of workshops and VIP Breakfast Briefings throughout the year that may interest you.

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