News & Events-Frazer-Nash takes an ART-y approach to Cyber Security

Consultant, Tim Arridge, will be presenting on Frazer-Nash's 'ART' approach to cyber threats at the Future of Cyber Security conference taking place in London on 1 March.

Tim's presentation, titled: Cyber Security is (not) only a Technical Problem! will sketch an outline of the company's Applied Resilience Toolkit (ART) approach. This approach, which combines elements of information security and assurance, systems architecture, human factors, business continuity and physical security, enables Frazer-Nash to deliver advice that provides its clients with the bigger picture on cyber issues.

As Technical Lead for Frazer-Nash's information security capability, Tim is well-placed to draw upon his experience helping Frazer-Nash's clients to solve their cyber security problems. A Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), his expertise is used to help organisations safeguard their facilities, people and assets. 

The event, organised by Salford Professional Development, based at the University of Salford, will see high-level speakers from across government and business discuss how to protect against the ever growing menace of cyber-attack.

Delegates attending the Future of Cyber Security Conference will learn about the arguments surrounding how best to protect businesses and organisations from the threat of cybercrime by establishing strong and intelligent cyber security on a local, national and international scale.