How to spot a cyber-criminal
A 'Business Breakfast' session with NTU Enterprise
Join NTU Enterprise and Dr Lee Hadlington for an eye-opening session on the behaviours of a cyber-criminal. Includes free breakfast!
- From: Monday 13 June 2022, 9 am
- To: Monday 13 June 2022, 10.15 am
- Location: Dryden Enterprise Centre, Dryden Street, Nottingham, NG1 4FQ
- Cost: Free
- Booking deadline: Wednesday 8 June 2022, 3.00 pm
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How do you spot a cyber-criminal? Are you a cyber-criminal by accident?
This breakfast session will give you the knowledge to allow you and your business to spot a cyber criminal before it’s too late and avoid being one yourself!
About the event
Dr Lee Hadlington (NTU Psychology) will be discussing how businesses can improve their information security and resilience, asking questions such as:
- What human actions lead to an information or organisational breach?
- What behaviours do employees demonstrate that leave organisations vulnerable to breaches?
- What differences in behaviour do we need to be aware of when colleagues are working in different locations?
- What do organisations need to think about to ensure safe remote working from home?
- What can organisations do to meaningfully respond to potential vulnerabilities in information security?
- What support do employees need to ensure they have excellent online resilience?
If you have any questions you would like Lee to answer in the session, please email email@example.com before the workshop.
About Dr Lee Hadlington
Dr Lee Hadlington is a cyber-psychology expert, whose work focuses on helping organisations to improve their information security and resilience by paying attention to the influence of human factors in organisational security.
His research has identified key areas of human behaviour in the workplace that highlights how and why information security and resilience might be at risk, and organisations and employers can capitalise on this work to better understand how employees use technology at work to better improve workplace security.
What can I expect?
First up, an informal reception, where guests can network, and enjoy breakfast, on us. Following this, you will then be invited through to the Boardroom for the session!
There is no onsite parking at the Dryden Enterprise Centre, and we encourage, wherever possible, that people access the building by walking, cycling, or using public transport.
The DEC is within Nottingham Trent University’s city campus.
We’re adjacent to the Dryden Centre and opposite the Bonington Gallery. Our location is highlighted by the NTU Enterprise pin. Map courtesy of Google.
If you’re using SatNav or Google Maps use the postcode NG1 4FQ to help find us.