Cyber Security: The Role of the Board

OVERVIEW

High profile data breaches are a multifaceted risk to large consumer focused businesses.

Technicalities aside, risk to reputation has been illustrated by notable recent examples widely covered in the press. Preparing for the eventuality that your customers information will be targeted means assigning ownership within the organisation. It is increasingly clear that this means at the highest level.

Retailers are now attempting to consolidate different positions and accountabilities within the leadership team, assigning single ownership to manage customer expectations on the use and misuse of data.

The British Retail Consortium, in association with PwC, created a dynamic morning event to ensure retail board members are aware of the latest risks and how to tackle one of the biggest issues in customer relationships.

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MEDIA

top 10 tips to prepare for the worst

BRC’s new podcast: Cyber Security – Game Of Threats

Featuring:
- Hugo Rosemont, PhD, Policy Adviser, British Retail Consortium
- Geoff White, Freelance Investigative Journalist covering technology
- James Rashleigh, Cyber Security Director, PwC

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SPEAKERS

Helen Dickinson OBE, Chief Executive, British Retail Consortium
David Boda, Group Head of Information Security, Camelot
- Geoff White
, Freelance Investigative Journalist covering technology

- Hugo Rosemont, PhD, Policy Adviser, British Retail Consortium
- James Rashleigh, Cyber Security Director, PwC

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PARTNER

   
"We really enjoyed facilitating the Game of Threats and hope it made delegates think about cyber security risks through a business lens rather than an IT one."
 
PwC works with organisations across the retail sector to identify and manage cyber security challenges. Find out more >



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