Open Briefing is pleased to offer tenants of Development House in central London a subsidised cyber security survival workshop on 30 March 2017. Owned and managed by the Ethical Property Company, Development House is home to 30 aid agencies, human rights groups, peace organisations and other NGOs.
Such organisations risk infiltration by government, corporate or organised crime interests engaged in intelligence gathering or sabotage. Unauthorised access to confidential information can seriously damage an organisation’s reputation or put lives at risk. Cyber security should therefore be a vital part of any modern NGO’s security risk management.
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Open Briefing’s cyber security survival workshop is tailor-made for NGOs, and is an ideal introduction for those with little or no technical knowledge. You will leave the workshop with an understanding of the capabilities, motivations and targets of various threat actors, the methodologies that they employ, and how best to mitigate against them and ensure your cyber security.Cyber security survival workshop for tenants of Development House in London on 30 MarchClick To Tweet
Our trainer was a senior intelligence and investigations officer at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office for nearly nine years and an intelligence analyst in the British Army for over six years. Since then, he has worked as a senior consultant on a wide range of cyber security projects, including supporting an NGO with war crimes cases in Syria and Iraq and global investigations into corrupt activities within sporting bodies.
The cyber security survival workshop features lectures, a practical technical surgery and a final Q&A session to make sure that students get the most out of this essential course. There are only 14 places available in this workshop, so book now to avoid disappointment!
Date: Thursday 30 March 2017
Location: Meeting room 2, Development House
Cost per student: £114 incl. VAT (£95 excl. VAT)
Please note, this course is only open to tenants of Development House. However, please contact us if you are from another NGO and would like to go on the waiting list for any spare places (please note, priority will be given to tenants of other Ethical Property Company centres in the first instance).