These days most organizations are very much aware of cyber security risks. As a result, these organizations, assisted by knowledgeable consultants, are working hard on protecting themselves against cyber security threats.
When we talk about cyber security risks we talk about preventing hackers from stealing sensitive data and prevent hackers from tampering with your equipment. Like many other complicated ‘major hazards’ risks, it is not always easy to get an overview of risks – and to understand how to manage these risks.
We aim to make risks understandable. We believe in a ‘barrier based’ approach to risk management. This means: understanding the relations between all relevant aspects of ‘major hazards’, in a visual manner. This will allow you to understand the context – and to understand what ‘barriers’ are critical for your mission critical processes. Applying the bowtie method will help you to get an overview to understand what the context is – and which barriers you should focus on to manage your risk.
Please come to our Innovation Center in Leidschendam for a complimentary seminar on this topic. We will give a short presentation about how the visual and qualitative bowtie method can be used to understand and manage cyber security risks.
And we have guest speakers from Fox-IT and Rolls Royce. Fox-IT is a company that is specialized in assisting clients with cyber security solutions. Rolls Royce is using the bowtie approach as a means to get an overview and understand where their vulnerabilities are and what should be done about it.
|14:00||Welcome with coffee and tea|
|15.00||Marcel van Oirschot, Commercial Director and Board Member at Fox-IT (part of NCC):
Why do we have cyber criminals and what is their right of existence? Is prevention better than curing?
|15.45||Arjan Verboom Program Director at CGE Risk Management Solutions:
‘Introduction to the BowTie Barrier Management approach’
|16.15||Peter Ralph Enterprise Risk Manager at Rolls Royce:
‘Why use the Bowtie approach to communicate about cyber security in your organization?’
|17:00||Drinks and snacks|
Attending this seminar is free of charge. If you have any questions, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at +31 88 100 1350. To register please fill out the form below.