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Virtual sessions shine light on data security

Data breaches will be under the spotlight in the next virtual event organised by Cyber Cheltenham.

Among the first topics announced for Cynam 21.1, which takes place on March 4 (5-7pm), is a session with cyber defence analyst Helen Major and cyber security engineer Dr Nathalie Cole on why people should care about data breaches.

A student panel will also look at the Privacy Paradox with further discussions to be announced.

Breakout discussions during the event include a look at cyber apprenticeships with Julie Tegg from Gloucestershire College's Business Hub team answering questions from employers.

Rob Bryan from BPE Solicitors will lead a discussion on data trusts while other sessions cover data v convenience and The Ladies of Cheltenham Hacking Society answering questions on safeguarding personal information.

You can register for the event at cynam.org.

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