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Welcome to this latest MKBRF event!
Organised to coincide with the Business Continuity Institute's Business Continuity Awareness Week 2014 this half-day event packs some punches around the theme of 'Counting the Cost' of information security based disruptions to your business.
With expert speakers from both Government and Industry, join other Milton Keynes based organisations at this FREE event to find out more about how your business may not be as secure as you think. With an evaluation of the current security threats and some expert guidance on what steps you can take to protect your organisation.
Listen to expert speakers from:
- Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI)
- Network Rail
- OCF IT Security Consultants
9 am Registration, Coffee and Networking
9.25 am Welcome from Chair of the MKBRF, Tony Cutress
9.30 am CPNI, Adrian M
Cyber Threats to UK.plc
10.05 am Network Rail, Paul Watts
Information Security and Business Continuity: exploring business disruption beyond bricks and mortar.
10. 40 am - BSI, Stephen Porter
ISO/IEC 27001 – getting a return on your information security investment.
11.15 am - Refreshments Break
11.40 am - OCF IT Security Consultants, Neil O'Connor
What is the cost of being hacked? How to assess the hacking threat to your business, and what cost-effective measures you can take to protect yourself.
12.15 pm - Microsoft, James Akrigg
Get secure and stay secure! James will explore how Microsoft see the security threat landscape changing, how they plan to address this and the immediate concerns around XP and Office becoming end of life.
12.50 - Final Address, MKBRF Lead Team Member, Paul Tomlinson
1 pm - Close
There is pay and display parking surrounding the Civic Offices building.
Refreshments will be available throughout the event with scheduled breaks.
Milton Keynes Business Resilience Forum is a voluntary body supported by Milton Keynes Council and Milton Keynes Service Partnership.
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Milton Keynes Business Resilience Forum are striving to make Milton Keynes the most resilient city in the UK.