We are proud to announce our partnership with Global Cyber Alliance (GCA).
The GCA is an international, cross sector effort dedicated to eradicating cyber risk and improving our connected world. The GCA achieves its mission by uniting global communities, implementing concrete solutions, and measuring the effect. The GCA was founded in September 2015 by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the City of London Police and the Center for Internet Security. GCA, a valuable organization for the sector, is also providing solutions freely available to the global community. Their projects focus on the most prevalent cyber risks individuals and businesses face. They develop and deploy practical, real-world solutions that measurably improve the security of the cyber ecosystem. The solutions provided by GCA are GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit, AIDE (Automated IoT Defence Ecosystem), DMARC, Quad 9, McScrapy, Smart Cities and IoT.
They hold regular webinars providing an opportunity for members to gain additional CPEs.
The 7th annual Cyber Security for Critical Assets (CS4CA) European Summit brings together 100’s of cyber security leaders online for 2-days of strategy planning and insight building on 6-7 October. ISACA London Chapter members can join free to connect with cyber leaders at Energy, Oil & Gas, Utilities, Power, Chemical, Water & Healthcare as well as honing your skills in areas including: Risk Management, Incident Response, Data Protection and more.
We are proud to announce our partnership with the UKSEC
#UKsec 2020 is your chance to share your experience with top information security professionals from across the UK and benefit from exchanging knowledge and advice on how security teams should operate during the transition back to ‘normality’ post-pandemic.
Enjoy expert insight into maintaining a security culture among remote or partially remote workforce, keeping up to date with new threats and fine-tuning security initiatives while moving on to the new normal, building proper security precautions into emerging cloud-native systems, mapping and managing cyber risks from third parties and beyond.