Globally cybercrime was the second most reported crime in 2016. By 2021, the cost of cybercrime is expected to breach $6 trillion.
4 in 10 businesses suffered a cyber security breach in 2018. With organizations in the food and hospitality sector suffering much worse on average.
Research has shown the food sector lagging behind in areas of cyber security awareness at a board level, with cyber security investment and training staff in cyber skills amongst the lowest of all industries.
Food sector companies spend 86%* less on average than transport and storage companies, 89%* less than in education, and a huge 4928%* less on than companies in the financial sector.
Thomas Harrison, Commercial Engagement Manager at BSI, will talk you through some key steps to maintaining cyber security, highlighted by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre.
He will also share some of the high profile examples of information security failures within the sector and the steps that can be taken to ensure that your organization doesn't fall to the same mistakes.
The webinar will also cover off how Standards such as ISO 27001 can help combat these threats and support with legislation such as GDPR.
• DCMS Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018
• PAS 96/ Ten Steps to Cyber Security
• Ransomware - Wannacry
• IoT Breaches (Casino Fish tank)
• Networked devices (Agroterrorism/food irradiation)
• Supply chain breaches
• GDPR (Food allergy data)
• Using ISO 27001 and an ISMS to secure the threats
• BSI Support
If you have any questions please feel free to send them to us and we will try and answer them during the Q&A session of the webinar. firstname.lastname@example.org
*Source: Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport - Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018.