Date 12 October 2017
Time 08:00 Arrival, registration, and breakfast
08:30 Session commences
10:00 Event ends
Venue Barclays Eagle Labs, Ormeau Baths
Grant Thornton and Barclays are delighted to invite you to our breakfast event: “Cyber Security: Staying Safe”, where we will explore how best to stay secure against the latest cyber threats. The digital age is creating new growth opportunities for companies across the globe, but it is also presenting new ways for criminals to commit fraud.
- Alistair Burns, Police Service of Northern Ireland, who will uncover how local businesses have fallen victim to cyber crime, and provide an outline of the common practices exploited by criminals along with some simple steps to help protect your business.
- Andrew Harbison, Director of Forensic & Investigation Services, Grant Thornton, who will discuss the increasing cyber threats to individuals, and consequently businesses, that are prevailing in today's increasing technology environment.
- Martyn Lade, Digital Security, Barclays, who will share Barclays latest insights on cyber security, and also provide a live demo of Biometric Reader technology - a first of its kind innovative solution, enabling you to log in and approve payments using finger vein reader technology.
Please RSVP to Natasha Agnew at email@example.com or on +44 (0)28 9587 1123