Spring Industry briefing London
Our most recent in-person UK Briefing took place on 23 March June 2023, for those that couldn’t attend in person, you can find the recordings of the presentations below.
The purpose of this event was to provide:
- A platform to share our research and latest technical and business-related insights
- Practical ‘how-to-tips’
- Guidance from cyber-security experts
- The opportunity to network with peers and discuss the latest industry trends with our consultants
UK Cyber Threat Landscape Trends presented by John Fitzpatrick, CTO
John reflects on the last six months, examining the key threats and trends JUMPSEC has observed affecting UK institutions.
Specifically, delving into ransomware threat evolution, presenting and discussing. We review how the landscape has changed, how our predictions fared, and how it has been influenced by major cyber security events and developments.
The Future of Detection and Response presented by Matt Lawrence, Head of Defensive Security
Matt talks about some of the challenges the security industry faces and our approach to building detection and response managed services to meet client needs and overcome modern cyber threats.
Building a tailored security model presented by Ryan Saridar, Security Consultant
Ryan takes you on a journey, with practical insights and real-world examples of building custom security controls aligned with the attack paths which matter most.
Attack Surface Mapping in action, presented by Dan Green, Head of Solutions and Tom Ellson, Head of Offensive Security
Dan and Tom take you through a case study of how JUMPSEC took a scalable approach to uncover the most exploitable attack vectors using attack surface mapping.
How Social Engineering is evolving presented by Max Corbridge, Senior Security Consultant
Phishing attacks have adapted to improved cyber defences, with recent developments making these attacks as effective as ever. Max looks at why social engineering is being heavily used and what techniques are being used.