The Food & Beverage industry is vulnerable to cyber-attacks and cyber-threats which increase in complexity. Therefore, cybersecurity policies should be assessed regularly using the evolving regulations and standards as part of the Food Defence Plan. How a company reports its response to a cyber-security incident can have a lasting impact on it’s reputation, so applying appropriate thought and care to how, when, such an incident is prevented, managed and communicated is a must.
CYBER – THE SILENT ASSASSIN; MITIGATING CYBER RISKS FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Richard Werran, BSI Director – Food EMEA
Today, cyber-attacks represent the greatest threat to the food sector and supply chain. Cyber-security requirements now feature in the new BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 8 for the first time. As a food professional now is the perfect time to understand the issues, shape your thinking, share your knowledge and embed best practice in your food business for competitive advantage.
CYBER-SECURITY FOR FOOD PROFESSIONALS – WHAT TO CONSIDER AND WHERE TO START
Rachel Bi , BSI Senior Account Manager, Cyber Risk
With food professionals managing food safety management systems and how cyber impacts food safety, quality and legality means getting to grips with cyber security in double-quick time; but not knowing where to begin can leave one feeling overwhelmed and bewildered in equal measure. BSI cyber risk expert Rachel will discuss good practice on navigating cyber risk and demonstrating due diligence.
Places are limited to 25 delegates to ensure that this remains an intimate and informative 1/2 day programme for all.
RATES: £50 + VAT (Members), £85 + VAT (Non-members), £15 +VAT (Students) per delegate
VENUE: SOFHT Office, The Granary, Middleton House Farm, Tamworth Road, Middleton. B78 2BD
Continental Breakfast Buffet and certificate of attendance are included in the price.