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A resilient enterprise is able to recover its key business services from a significant unplanned disruption, protecting its customers, shareholders and ultimately the integrity of the financial system. Avoiding disruption to a particular system that supports a business service contributes to operational resilience. Speaker Profile: Pranathi is an e…
 
In this episode we sit down with three Nigerian Cybersecurity Experts, Sophie, Eyitemi and Yomi to talk about the #EndSars Movement and also provide security tips on ways Online and Offline protestors in the movement can increase their privacy and counter surveillance.What is the #EndSars Movement?End SARS or #EndSARS is a decentralised social move…
 
An investigation from privacy advocacy group Privacy International found that period-tracking apps downloaded by millions of users shared alarmingly sensitive data with Facebook and other third-parties, including users' drinking habits, medical symptoms, and when they last had sex. In this episode with expert Laura Shipp, we discuss the privacy iss…
 
When it comes to data-privacy scandals, Facebook and Google immediately spring to mind as the key culprits. These companies are the scapegoats whose shady data-privacy practices get plastered all over the news and lead to investigations, but there are other companies that operate away from the spotlight, unbeknownst to most internet users. In this …
 
Globally, women are 27 times more likely to be harassed online. The online world is an extension or, in some ways, a mirror of offline realities and therefore violations of human rights and threats to our democracy also happen online. Over a third (34%) of Black, Asian or minority ethnic people (BAME) witnessed or experienced racial abuse in the se…
 
Technology can be very helpful to survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking, but is also often misused by abusers to harass, threaten, coerce, monitor, exploit, and violate their victims. The resources below explore the extent and nature of technology-facilitated abuse. In this podcast we discuss with Julia Slupska to discuss ho…
 
Data protection is unlikely to be foremost in people’s minds when considering the impact of Brexit, whether it be soft or hard, deal or no deal. The UK Government has, however, recently issued papers about various topics in a ‘no deal’ situation and one of these entitled: Data protection if there’s no Brexit deal. In this podcast we speak with Harr…
 
Email Phishing is the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by disguising oneself as a trustworthy entity through an email.Speaker Profile:Aisha is a lawyer and Director of Business Development at Orbital Witness, she previously worked at cyber security company Tessian. Aisha is also…
 
Over the past few years, we have seen an unprecedented number of data breaches and a huge amount of personal information exposed. This has resulted in an increase in Identity Theft. According to Breach Level Index, identity theft accounted for 64% of data breaches between January and June 2016. We got to speak to Yoti about Identity theft, it's siz…
 
A hacked WordPress site can cause serious damage to your business revenue and reputation. Hackers can steal user information, passwords, install malicious software, and can even distribute malware to your users. In this episode we talk about the security risks involved with Self-Hosting WordPress Site websites and daily tips you can use to protect …
 
In this podcast episode we are joined by Cybersecurity Expert Ibukun on Emmanuel-Adebayo to dicuss the WhatsApp Hack and how we can protect our phones. Speaker Profile: Ibukun Emmanuel-Adebayo is a mum of five, and a long-standing Fellow of the British Computer Society plus a Vice-President and Senior Cybersecurity Expert for a global investment ba…
 
In this episode we discuss Cyber-Related Financial Crime with Ibukun Emmanuel-Adebayo, who is a Vice President of a multinational bank. We discuss the various types of financial crimes, common vulnerabilities within organisation and how to stay protected from financial crime. Speaker Profile: Ibukun Emmanuel-Adebayo is a mum of five, and a long-sta…
 
Surveillance technology is widely seen in spy fictional movies but it’s much closer to reality than perceived. In this podcast segment we talk about surveillance technology, facial recognition and how it discriminates black women and the trans community. We also touch points on how we can increase our privacy online.Speaker Profile:Louise Marie Hur…
 
Anyone active in social media can’t deny that they have posted a personal rant or shared a trending post. Even I can’t deny that I’m guilty of this. There is nothing wrong with sharing things online, though, we may know someone (or this maybe you) that gives too much personal information. They fill our news feeds with their day-to-day activities, l…
 
An unfortunate number of women are become victims of cyber crimes. This podcast looks at why women need to be protect online as well as tips on digital safety. Speaker Profile: Stephanie Itimi is a social entrepreneur who is enthusiastic about internet education and security. She founder of Seidea, a social enterprise focused on helping BAME women …
 
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