30 January 2017 |
Cyber security consulting, training and information
Teiss provides a number of services providing information, training and advice to a wide range of organisations.
Our consulting services include cyber security audits, breach response planning, and advice around human factors and managing the cyber security risks employees pose to organisations.
Find out more about our cyber security consulting.
Our training services include full day workshops on a variety of topics such as data privacy, cyber breach response, internal risk management, and third party risk management.
We can also provide bespoke training in-house for your employees, either face to face or online, to help them keep cyber safe at work and at home.
Find out more about our cyber security training.
Cyber security events
We run a number of premium events in the information security space. These include:
The European Information Security Summit (TEISS). This conference is the leading European business meeting on cyber security, attracting hundreds of delegates. Speakers from the world of business, government, journalism and academia combine to deliver a fascinating, informative and enjoyable 2 days.
Find out more at www.Teiss.eu.
R3: Resilience, Response and Recovery is a one day event that assumes most, if not all, organisations will suffer a data breach at some time, no matter how well defended they are. The conference helps delegates build their own plans for resilience in the face of a cyber breach. Case studies and ideas for best practice are shared.
Find out more at the R3 summit website.
Free infosec briefings
We run regular free cyber security briefings for senior executives. These take place in a central London hotel over breakfast and are designed to stimulate lively discussion and an exchange of experiences.
You can find out more about our free cyber security breakfast briefings here.
As well as Teiss.co.uk, we publish the prestigious Business Reporter website which contains news, opinion pieces, analysis and interviews with leading business people.
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