How does your business recover from a cyber-attack?

Digital Boardroom in association with Sungard Availability Services

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Thursday 11th February 2021

11:00 - 12:00 GMT

How does your business recover from a cyber-attack?

It is no great surprise to hear that cyber-attacks are on the increase, with many big brands being the victim of an attack in the last few years.
In fact, cyber-crime is such big money now that the income from cybercrime would make it the 9th largest country by GDP in 2020. With such lucrative rewards on offer, there is no shortage of motivation for cyber criminals to launch attacks on businesses they see as viable targets.

Preventative measures are always a good starting point, but with increasingly more sophisticated attacks becoming the norm, it is now more important than ever to think about how your business could recover any cyber compromised data.
During this session we will discuss some recent cyber-attacks and how businesses decided to manage the situation once they had been compromised. Delegates will also have the opportunity to discuss areas including:

  • Dangers of internal, external and malware threats
  • Key recovery objectives should your business become a victim of an attack
  • Importance of testing and exercising to plan for the worst-case scenario
  • What preventative measures can be put in place


Chris Butler, Principal Consultant
Risk, Resilience & Security

Chris has worked as a consultant in Resilience and Security since retiring from 20 years of military service in 2012. Initially working in high-hazard industries, notably the UK’s nuclear sector, he specialises in helping Board-level Executives to improve and develop their leadership in a crisis, with a focus on cyber risk. Chris also helps our clients develop their strategies and frameworks for organisational and operational resilience, including leadership development and full lifecycle Business Continuity implementation. 

Since joining Sungard Availability Services in 2016, Chris has worked with customers in finance, insurance, healthcare, not-for-profit and automotive sectors.  He is a fluent French speaker who has a number of clients in Sweden, France, Belgium and Luxembourg, in addition to clients in the UK. 

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