Nation State Cyber-Attacks in the News: How Do They Affect You?

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News of nation state cyber attacks can be alarming. It can be difficult to unpack the messaging and get to the facts behind sensationalist reporting.

After a recent report from the New York Times suggesting that the US government are looking for malicious computer code it believes China has hidden deep inside the networks controlling power grids, communications systems and water supplies, we take a look behind the hype and delve into what an attack like this would mean for you, whatever your sector, but particularly Critical National Infrastructure organizations.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • Information overload around such an attack can be prevalent, so what do we know for sure has taken place?
  • Understand how this kind of attack can affect you.
  • What can you do to protect yourself against this kind of attack?


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Jordan Brown

Graduate Information Assurance & Cyber Risk, QinetiQ

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James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Paul Kennedy

Head of Cyber Advisory, QinetiQ

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