Putting people first: Overcoming human error in security

30 September 2020 10:00 UK

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Overview

In the last 12 months, secure communication in central government has changed radically. Rapid adoption of Microsoft 365 has led to an increase in sensitive data being shared via email – something that has only been compounded by social distancing driving communications entirely online. Additionally, the retirement of GCSX has introduced a heavy reliance on Transport Layer Security networks.

At the same time, research shows 88% of security breaches are caused by human error, and the ICO’s latest trends highlight misdirected emails as they top cause of security incidents.

This webinar will explore the changing risks to sensitive data in UK public sector and the urgent requirement for intelligent email security to mitigate risks and empower people to work efficiently and securely.

Presenters

Presenter
Geoffrey Lyons (Chair)
Strategic Partnerships Editor
Civil Service World
Presenter
Dan Patefield
Head of Programme, Cyber and National Security
techUK
Presenter
Fahim Afghan
Senior Product Marketing Manager
Egress
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Beckie Smith
Reporter
Civil Service World