Cyber Talks webinar series

How to be cyber smart in a world of cyber crime

7 October 2021

Every business has a digital footprint. This means every business is vulnerable to the threat of cyber crime.

Hear from cyber security expert Nigel Phair as he shares the latest news, tools and trends in the evolving cyber security world.

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Proactively driving and adopting new behaviours is key to tackling cyber threats whilst minimising risk to your business and those in it.

This insightful session aims to help you: 

  • identify the latest cyber criminal trends and motivations – who they are and what they want
  • establish a robust risk management process
  • learn practical steps to better secure your business and your team.
Nigel Phair

Nigel Phair

Director (Enterprise), UNSW Institute for Cyber

Nigel is an influential analyst and regular media commentator on the intersection of technology, crime and society. He provides executive and board advice on strategy, risk and governance of technology. 

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