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'30 Minutes' webinar series – CISO in the time of Coronavirus – listen back

As part of our ‘30 Minutes’ webinar series last month, NCC Group’s Global Chief Information Security Officer, Dominic Beecher, shared his reflections on what it has been like to be a CISO during the last few months and the challenge of moving an entire workforce to remote working without disrupting operations.

Dominic took us through the initial response; the technology that’s helped; physical and personnel security controls for safe remote working and the ongoing challenges he’s facing and strategies for dealing with them.

The webinar recording is now available so if you have 30 minutes and are interested in finding out more – listen back here.


About '30 Minutes'

Our '30 Minutes' webinar series aims to share complimentary expert advice with our community in a short and easily digestible format. You can find out more about the upcoming webinars here

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About NCC Group

NCC Group exists to make the world safer and more secure.

As global experts in cyber security and risk mitigation, NCC Group is trusted by over 15,000 clients worldwide to protect their most critical assets from the ever-changing threat landscape.

With the company’s knowledge, experience and global footprint, it is best placed to help businesses identify, assess, mitigate and respond to the evolving cyber risks they face.

To support its mission, NCC Group continually invests in research and innovation, and is passionate about developing the next generation of cyber scientists.

With over 1,800 colleagues in 12 countries, NCC Group has a significant market presence in North America, continental Europe and the UK, and a rapidly growing footprint in Asia Pacific with offices in Australia and Singapore.

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Press contact +44 7824 412 405

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