You can find details about (and how to register for) any of our OCA or joint webinars here.
Exclusive OCA Webinar:
DEALING WITH DISASTER
Join OCA's Director of Security Studies, Richard Knowlton in conversation with Prof Siraj Shaikh of Coventry University and learn how organisations can optimise their management of cyber attacks.
People Matter webinar series
OCA has joined in partnership with Cyber Risk Aware to bring you the People Matter Webinar Series.
We are excited to announce that Oxford Cyber Academy and Cyber Risk Aware are launching a new series of webinar discussions on human risk factors in cyber security.
Our ‘People Matter’ series will bring together leaders from business, security and academia to share challenges, lessons learnt and innovation to help any organisation develop new perspectives in this critical area of business resilience.
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Invitations to forthcoming webinars will appear here but you can also select to view any of our previous webinar recordings using the links below.
Here are the recordings of all previous Webinars in this excellent series so far:
1. Charlie Powditch Head of Security Education and Awareness at Willis Towers Watson
3. Siȃn John MBE Director of SCI Strategic Growth Business Development at Microsoft
5. Ellie Warner Global Head of Cyber Training Awareness at Standard Chartered
6. Prof Phil Morgan of Cardiff University & Airbus
2. Liz Murray Security Culture & Awareness Lead at FNZ
4. Ceri Goncalves-Jones Head of Security Awareness & Education at Nat West
It was great to see so many of you attending this webinar, Dealing with Disaster, but if you missed it, or even if you didn't but loved it so much you want to hear it again, well here it is again just for you...
Corporate boards and company directors, who have the ultimate ownership for effective risk management in their organisations, are under increasing pressure to be more transparent on the state of preparedness to respond to cyber attacks. Organisational resilience to mitigating against and responding to attacks when they occur can set organisations apart from your competitors giving them a key edge in their respective sectors in facing highly disruptive cyber attacks.