• Cyber Security Mini Series: How small and medium sized businesses can protect themselves

  • 30/04/2024

  • 13:00

  • 14:00

  • 1

  • Online

  • Join us online on the 30th April for the final CPD in our Cyber Security Mini Series!

    This masterclass will have a cybersecurity focus. It will look at practical measures that small, medium and large organisations can take to reduce their risk exposure from cyber threat actors. The Cybersecurity frameworks that can be applied by businesses to mitigate their vulnerabilities will be explored.


    Dr James Egan is a lecturer in Information Security at the South East Technological University (SETU) since 2018. He is also the programme director of the MSc in Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust at SETU and teaches on the Cybercrime and IT Security Bachelors programme in areas such as GRC (Governance, Risk Management and Compliance), Digital Forensics and Computer Networking. James spent a decade in the Kingdom of Bahrain working at Bahrain Polytechnic where he had roles such as Head of School of ICT and Web Media and the Program Manager of the Computer Networking programme. Highlights of the time in the middle east included the setup of a country wide Artificial Intelligence (AI) competition with Microsoft, which subsequently has led to the establishment of an AI Academy. James’s industrial experience is related to roles as a Computer Network engineer. James has a BSc (Hons) in Computer Networking and a PhD in Optical Telecommunications, both from SETU.

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