According to the NCSC report for 2022, the UK is at the forefront of combating cybercrime to the barest minimum.
Up till this moment, tech businesses in the UK still suffer the negative impact of ransomware attacks, with 85% of UK SMEs being victims of such attacks. It has become rather paramount that this issue is critically addressed.
This session would entail necessary security awareness steps startups need to take into consideration as they scale their business.
Session leader Jude Osamor is a Lecturer in Cybersecurity in the department of Cybersecurity and Networks of Glasgow Caledonian University. He holds a first degree in Engineering from the University of Lagos, Nigeria, and a Master’s in Systems Engineering from the University of Surrey, UK. He recently completed his postgraduate studies at Imperial College, London under the UK Royal Society funding. He has several scientific publications to his credit.
Jude has over six years of industry experience in cybersecurity, lending his tech expertise as a Security Analyst to organizations like Dell, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, and PHD Media, Nigeria where he was involved with the use of SIEM tools to triage incidents and mitigate cyber-attacks.
He’s the founder of Cyberodane, which recently got accepted into the UK’s Tech Nation Libra 2.0. He’s a one-time panel of discussion member and Alumni of the first cohort of the Cyber Runway accelerator programme which is the biggest cyber accelerator programme in the UK, supported by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sports (DCMS) and National Cybersecurity Centre (NCSC). His research interest cuts across, AI, machine learning, IoT, digital forensics, security operations, security of things, and pen testing.
Find out more about Jude at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jude-osamor-20182956/ and Cyberodane at https://cyberodane.com/
This session is open to all.
Jude Osamor, Founder, Cyberodane
Jude has over six years of industry experience in cybersecurity, lending his tech expertise as a Security Analyst to organizations like Dell, Microsoft and Hewlett Packard