Have you thought about what would happen if your organisation was hit with a data breach tomorrow? Come along to our escape-room style event which will see you take part in a live hacking scenario. From the initial breach you will have to work out if a hack has even taken place, where the attack has hit and who is affected - you'll also have to deal with a simulated press conference, concerned customers on social media and your stakeholders asking questions you might not have the answers to. How would you react? We are hosting an exclusive event for exec-level, non technical professionals to come and learn about the world of Cyber in our new and exciting gamified event: How will you respond to a Data Breach? At Stanton House we understand that Cyber Security can be overwhelming and it’s not something we all understand. This simulation offers you a real-life insight into a Cyber Breach as it happens and teaches you how to respond. This event offers an insight into media training, £10,000 worth of consultancy and more importantly, the answers to take back to your board and an unrivalled opinion on a current hot topic. Get in touch with Ryan Surry for more information and to secure your place.
28 Aug 2019
Take a look at what our consultants have been discussing in the last seven days: Did you know less than 10% of data breaches are physical hacking attempts? “Malware is thought to be the most dangerous threat to cyber security and as illustrated below, since 2013 it has continued to rise however over the last two years we have seen a drop in Malware data breaches and I’m curious to find out why.” - Tyler Smith Is the Private Equity Space doing enough to represent women? “Presenting a shortlist which represents all genders, ethnicities and abilities while ensuring each is highly competent and completely suitable for the job can be a challenge. You can’t sacrifice competencies in aid of diversity but you can’t neglect equalities either. While it’s often a challenge, it’s something I pride myself in being able to achieve and something that Deborah Zurkow of Alianz Global Investors said reinvested my faith that my clients appreciate the effort.” – Joanne Moses Is your workplace due a transformation in 2019?“With an emphasis on transforming workplace culture, improving diversity and retaining millennial talent – my network are busy planning their transformation projects for 2019 ensuring the New Year brings with it a new lease of life for their organisations. To help with this, I have been speaking to my network about reverse-mentoring and its ability to transform a workplace - How it can help you to improve racial, intergenerational, hierarchical and gender diversity; retain millennial talent, broaden your demographic, engage a new generation and up-skill an existing workforce.” – David Garstang
17 Dec 2018
I came across this table in the Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report and was slightly shocked myself. Just 10% of data breaches; if not less, are the result of a physical hacking attempt but perhaps more surprisingly, Malware seems to be on the decline. Malware is thought to be the most dangerous threat to cyber security and as illustrated below, since 2013 it has continued to rise however over the last two years we have seen a drop in Malware data breaches and I’m curious to find out why. Are companies becoming more sophisticated with their cyber security or is there an up and coming threat on the horizon?
11 Dec 2018