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CIISF Seminar: The Deep Dark Web - What's really lurking beneath the surface?

Dates
  • 15th May 2019
    12:45pm - 2:00pm

Location:

Digital Jersey Hub, Saint Helier, Jersey

Join us for our fourth lunch-time seminar of 2019, “The Deep Dark Web – What’s really lurking beneath the surface?”, on Wednesday, 15 May at the Digital Jersey Hub, Saint Helier, Jersey, 12:45 – 2:00 pm.

Get your free ticket here and we hope to see you there.

If there is a particular cyber security topic you would like to be covered in the upcoming months, let us know.

The Deep Dark Web – what’s really lurking beneath the surface?

In this seminar, we will take a look at what the Dark Web really is and what’s going on. We will cover underground forums, marketplaces and the kind of services available on the Dark Web.
Am I really a target, how much is my identity actually worth, and what exactly can a cyber-criminal do with it?

By understanding how the Dark Web operates, we equip ourselves with the requisite knowledge to ably defend against cyber criminals.

Speaker: Christian Spurr, Information Security Manager, Ogier

Christian Spurr is a local Information Security Manager currently working in the offshore law industry. With experience of working in both public and private sectors, Christian is a committee member of the Channel Islands Information Security Forum and currently helps run training for other information security professionals looking to complete their CISSP certification.

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