Cyber security for Structural Engineers – why structural engineers need to take cybercrime seriously
Date & Time

18 June 2024
09:00 - 10:00 BST

Location

Online

Price
Free
Cyber security for Structural Engineers – why structural engineers need to take cybercrime seriously

Cyber security for Structural Engineers – why structural engineers need to take cybercrime seriously

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Date & Time

18 June 2024
09:00 - 10:00 BST

Location

Online

Price
Free

This breakfast webinar aims to underscore the significance of comprehending risks prior to implementing a solution, in partnership with Mitigo.

Join this cybersecurity webinar for a practical session where IStructE’s trusted cyber risk management partner, Mitigo Cybersecurity, dissects the cyber threats facing the structural engineering sector.
 
Cybercrime poses a significant risk to organizations of all sizes. In collaboration with Mitigo, they are committed to helping firms bolster their defenses against cyber-attacks. This webinar aims to provide insights to help firms manage risks and ensure security.

IStructE Ltd is managing bookings on behalf of the event partner, Mitigo. Please note that your contact details will be shared with Mitigo so that they can communicate with you about the event. Your data will be held and transferred securely by IStructE Ltd while we manage your booking - please see our privacy policy [here] and Mitigo's privacy policy [here].

Reasons to attend

  • Recent case studies in the construction sector reveal the shifting landscape of cyber threats and the impacts of targeted attacks

  • Illustrate examples of ransomware and email account takeovers highlight the nuances of successful cyber attacks

  • Address essential misconceptions about cybersecurity, while offering actionable risk mitigation strategies

  • Explore vulnerabilities and control gaps within firms equips attendees with practical insights to fortify their defenses

  • Analyse the role of AI in cybersecurity from a structural engineer's viewpoint helps integrate technology with security measures

Intended for

  • Structural enginners of all levels

  • SMEs owners and Directors

Speaker

Kerrie Machin Partner, Mitigo

Mitigo’s experience in protecting professional services firms and other businesses enables Kerrie to highlight common vulnerabilities and explain how to implement a proportionate risk management framework. Kerrie believes that the challenges of cyber security, business resilience and legal & regulatory compliance, needn’t keep business leaders awake at night. It’s just a matter of matching the right solution to the problem. He has spent the last two decades helping businesses identify their exposure to risk, and his keen eye for detail has enabled him to deliver robust packaged solutions that provide real protection – allowing them to get on with doing what they do best.

James Bayley Chair

James, a Software Architecture Lead at WSP, spearheads the development of bespoke software solutions for civil engineering clients in the UK. Initially trained as a Structural Engineer, his transition into software engineering was fueled by a passion for technology innovation and dissatisfaction with existing civil engineering applications. Now, James advocates for the integration of Secure DevOps practices in civil engineering organizations to ensure software safety, functionality, and intellectual property protection. With expertise in Cyber Security, Data Privacy, and Open Source, James chairs panel discussions to delve deeper into these subjects. He holds degrees in Civil Engineering, Computing, and is pursuing a Diploma in UX Design.

Partership with

Mitigo

Mitigo’s cyber security solution has been designed for structural engineering firms to offer proportionate, affordable, ongoing security, to safeguard against cybercrime. For more information about Mitigo’s cyber security services, please email [email protected] or call 020 8191 1590.

Contact

Email - [email protected]

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