UKWA to hold Cyber Risk Seminar, 22nd May 2019

Following the launch of its new CyberRisk programme at this year’s National Conference, UKWA will be holding a Cyber Seminar on Weds 22nd May, which will be hosted by Weightmans at their London office: The Hallmark Building, 105 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 5JG.

The UKWA CyberRisk programme is tailored to the specific needs of the warehousing & logistics industry and has been developed in collaboration with Associate members Cyber Intelligence Partners, Storm Guidance and Perry Appleton Risk Services, in conjunction with Traveler’s Insurance.

At the Cyber Seminar, these experts will provide insights to help logistics companies understand areas of risk within their business, develop workflows, training and policies to minimise the risk of cyber breaches and learn how to mitigate the costs associated with cyber-crime, including fast breach response, data restoration and even reputation management.

UKWA CEO Peter Ward said, “Cyber risk is a growing and highly topical issue for businesses. This seminar is designed to explain how our new CyberRisk programme can help protect members against this digital world threat. This is not simply an insurance offering, but a much wider service that includes access to expert advice and support in combating cyber crime.”

Tickets for the seminar are available to UKWA members at the discounted price of  £95 + VAT, the price to attend for non-members is just £125 + VAT. Refreshments and a buffet lunch are included.

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Tagged with: cyber crime, cyber protection, cyber risk

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