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FDF to hold a FREE Cyber Security Event in February - London

29 January 2018

Threats to food and drink businesses can damage products, profitability and reputation, or steal data. The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) offers a day of training for businesses to prepare for a cyber-attack. 

From specific cyber security risks in the production process, to elements of human error and oversight, this event will help delegates develop a robust risk management strategy.


Topics covered include:

-       Who is attempting to access your systems and why?

-       Where are you vulnerable?

-       Cyber risks in the production line

-       Protecting your reputation in the event of an attack

-       What are your legal responsibilities?

-       Emerging technologies and their vulnerabilities and many more…


Aimed at IT Managers, Technical Directors, Quality Managers or anyone involved in cyber policies, and more specifically for food and drink businesses, the event will feature speakers from British Standards Institution (BSI), Siemens, Finn Communications and Squire Patton Boggs and more to be announced.


FDF Event - Cyber Security: Protecting Your Business

22 Feb 2018 from 9am to 4pm


Click here to register your interest in attending this free event.

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