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Understanding Supply Chain Risks
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15 February, 2023

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm GMT

Event

Understanding Supply Chain Risks

Location: Online

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1h

Experts from IASME will explain the technology risks and opportunities to increase supply chain resilience and help you prevent unauthorised access to the vast amounts of personal data you hold.

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Programme outline

With supply chain security being a crucial, organisations need to know how to the risks around supply chain security and what can be done to mitigate them.

Paul Crumpton and Neil Furminger from IASME will deliver this webinar so by the end you can:

  1. Understand supply chain risks.

  2. Recognise risk in your organisation.

  3. Plan to reduce the risk.

  • Paul Crumpton and Neil Furminger

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    Paul has 35 years experience working for the police, as an officer, a manager and a crime prevention advisor.

    His roles included the promotion of innovative UK security solutions to a domestic and business audience.

    Paul is a strong advocate of a joined up approach to cyber security, that includes people, processes and technology all working together. He joined IASME in January 2021 as Business Relationship Manager.

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    Neil has a deep understanding of IT support and cyber security, and extensive experience of working with a wide range of companies.

    As technical lead for the Cyber Essentials Scheme, Neil is also a key member of the IASME and NCSC Joint Technical Working Group. He has regular liaisons with major IT providers to ensure IASME has the latest updates on issues like end of life for commonly used software.