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How to adapt your cyber security to the rise in supply chain threats – Cyber Security Hub

Join our discussion for expert insights into how to combat key threats to the supply chain processes in your business for 2022 and beyond
Recent world events have laid the fragility in the global supply chain bare for all to see. Without necessary security protections, businesses are leaving their supply chain processes exposed to cyber attacks. This has led to disruptions in order fulfilment across industries and businesses that cannot deliver fail their customers.
The global shift to hybrid-working has only poured fuel on the fire. The necessity of providing employees with new devices and remote access to internal systems, exposes a business’ networks further to exploitation by cybercriminals. The most successful businesses will have the ability to manage their network and data remotely to overcome these vulnerabilities.
Tools and protections once viewed as optional extras for small businesses have now become a necessity for success.
Senior sales engineer at Avast Business, Paul Fenwick, and Director of The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales, Paul Peters, join us for this panel discussion on overcoming threats to supply chain processes. They will share expert industry insights into how to adapt your security protections to the changing landscape of cyber attacks and the best practices in maintaining reliable defense.
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Speakers
Customer focused with over 20 years’ experience in many roles within IT, from systems administrator to support manager in a Managed Services Provider, working in various sectors, Fenwick uses this knowledge to apply solutions to best fit cyber security requirements for Avast clients.

Paul Peters has been a police officer for over 27 years spending most of his career as a detective. Peters joined the Metropolitan Police Force in April 1995, and over the next fourteen years he served on various units and boroughs. In 2014 Peters transferred to Tarian, the Regional Organised Crime Unit that covers the three Southern Wales police forces where he was responsible for leading the Regional Cyber Crime Unit, successfully investigating serious and complex cyber-crime incidents. Peters remains a serving police officer and has the role of Managing Director of the Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales which seeks to raise cyber resilience across Wales with a particular focus on micro businesses, SMEs and third sector organisations.

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