Panel Discussion: Self-Hacks for Success – Part of the SANS Neurodiversity Summit – 12 May 2022

Panel Discussion: Self-Hacks for Success – Part of the SANS Neurodiversity Summit – 12 May 2022

I’m really excited to be dipping my toe back into the water of speaking at events again (virtually not in person) after a bit of a break, and I’m massively looking forward to speaking at the SANS neurodiversity in cyber security summit on 12 May 🥰
 

I’ll be taking part in a panel discussion talking about strategies for staying healthy, avoiding burnout and getting stuff done in cyber security as someone who is neurodiverse. I have PLENTY to contribute to this topic and given how the rehearsal went yesterday I think there will be no problem with filling 45 minutes.

For more information about the summit and to sign up visit https://www.sans.org/cyber-security-training-events/neurodiversity-cybersecurity-summit-2022/

 
Virtual Conference: SC Unlocks Ransomware

Virtual Conference: SC Unlocks Ransomware

Tuesday 30 November 2021 – 2.55pm to 3.30pm
Panel Discussion: Ransomware – What Happens Next?

This session will explore:

  • Ransomware reporting: are we driving the problem we seek to avoid?
  • How will ransomware attacks evolve?
  • What’s the next move for the cyber criminal?
  • What is coming round the corner and how do we prepare for it?

Chaired by: Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information, Canon Europe Ltd, Middle East and Africa

Confirmed Speakers:

Alicia Buller, Senior Editor, SC Media UK
Lisa Ventura, Founder, Cyber Security Unity

What is SC Unlocks: Ransomware?

The second event of the SC Unlocks Series will focus on the ever-present threat of ransomware attacks: how do we avoid them, how do we prepare for them and is it inevitable that they will break through?

SC Unlocks: Ransomware is the platform for cybersecurity professionals to learn more about recent ransomware attacks and how to deal with them when they happen. The conference will cover how malicious software continues to extort money from businesses as well as individuals. We will discuss if it is ever okay to pay the ransom and what can be done by the cybersecurity industry to stop the attacks.