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Webinar #2: Implementing Privacy Management

Author: Phillip Davies
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We have all witnessed a massive rise in cyber attacks in 2020, and security experts are predicting that there is a high chance that 1/3 of businesses will be attacked this year. Even though security has moved up on the list of priorities for many companies, most of them are still struggling to find the best ways to minimise the risks they are facing.

To help companies address these challenges and find better ways to protect their data, we decided to organise monthly free-to-attend webinars. Our goal is to share valuable information and best practices to help companies get a better understanding of why security is the priority for most companies today and how it helps them drive success.

Our first webinar was organised in January. During this session, our security knight Phillip Davies talked about how to develop risk management and create a strategy that works best for your company.

Join Our Webinars: Find Out How to Implement Privacy Management in Your Company

We are proud to announce that we are continuing our webinar series on Thursday the 25th of February at 10 AM GMT, when Phillip will cover the topic Implementing Privacy Management and you can register here. To help you have a better understanding of this topic, he will talk about potential risks we are facing today, but also share the tips on how to build an effective data security program.

Security Knights webinar about Implementing Privacy Management

Join our webinars and find out how to minimise the chance of being attacked and keep your company safe. We hope you will find our webinars useful and share them with others who might benefit from them.

See you on Thursday the 25th of February at 10 AM GMT!

Phillip CISO

Phillip Davies

Co-founder

Phillip led Cyber Crime for a UK Law Enforcement agency until 2005. Since then he has led privacy, risk & security for a variety of businesses, as Chief Security Officer & Advisor to boards. He holds an MSc in International Criminal Justice, is a Certified Information Security Manager, Fellow of The Security Institute, Fellow of the British Computer Society & Chartered Institute of IT, member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals. In 2017 was awarded the Freedom of the City of London.​