Report | Eating with the Enemy: A Dinner Discussion with a Hacker

As an Infosec Leader you know that a cyber-attack on your business will happen, you just don’t know when. PWC recently reported that although cyber security spending in the UK doubled to an average of £6.2 million in 2016, the average number of security incidents increased by 23% to 5,792.

With this greater awareness of cyber-attacks, there seems to be an unprecedented opportunity to improve the weakest link in the cyber security perimeter: Users.

Download our full report from the most recent IT by Design Club Dinner to discover:

  • An exclusive interview with a hacker, led by Infosec thought leader Jane Frankland
  • The effect of GDPR on multi-layer security
  • 6 basic security processes that should not be forgotten

All quotes and ideas have been anonymised, as per club rules, so please feel free to share the report with colleagues, or on LinkedIn if you’d like.

Still concerned with keeping your data safe from hackers? Angharad Davies has written a LinkedIn article about how to your company can stay protected online in “I bought dinner for a hacker and these are the 7 things I learned”.