Joe Tidy

Cyber Security Correspondent, BBC News

Joe Tidy is the BBC’s first dedicated Cyber-security Reporter working on investigations for international and home news outlets. He covers cyber crime, hacking, privacy, data security, online safety and gaming. 

My Sessions

Best Practice for Incident Response: Crisis Management, Response and Recovery

Effective incident response is a key component of being able to contain and respond to a breach. We explore key activities required in each phase of your incident response from how to identify risks and communicate during crises, to the containment of breaches and carrying out a post-mortem in the aftermath of a breach.

How Diversity Can Enable Organisations to Combat Security Risks

A diverse cybersecurity team is critical to generating ideas and processes needed to confront security risks. This session explores how diversity can improve outcomes and fuel innovation and produce opportunities for under-represented groups. The panel will also discuss the challenge of overcoming common barriers and biases and addressing challenges in the security talent pipeline and retention.

What Does a Successful Data Access Governance Programme Look Like?

Strong walls only get you so far – the nature of a best practice approach to data access governance is to increase the focus on how data is controlled internally. This session brings together experts to discuss advances in approaches to data access so your business can have visibility of what data you have, who has access and how access is achieved. The panel will focus on how to build policies, procedures and controls to reduce the risks associated with unauthorised access.

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