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ICAEW Cybercrime Week 2021

11-15 October 2021

ICAEW is launching its first Cybercrime Week on 11 October with a series of webinars, videos, a podcast, and other resources. It explores the threats, how to maintain good cyber hygiene, how to respond and recover following a cyber attack and how to train and support staff to create a no blame culture.

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Avoiding fraud and scams for business: ICAEW Cybercrime Week 2021

  • Webinar
  • 13 Oct 2021
Better understand the cyber fraud and scam risks to your business and get tips on how to avoid becoming a victim. This webinar was co-hosted with ICAEW's Director of Financial Services, Philippa Kelly, and John Heaver from Barclays.
Watch the recorded webinar here

Anatomy of a cyber attack

  • Podcast
  • 13 Oct 2021
  • ICAEW Insights
With cyber attacks on the rise, we tell the story of a real ransomware attack, and explore what lessons people can take away from one.
Listen to the episode here

Managing risks of a remote or hybrid workforce

  • Webinar
  • 12 Oct 2021
Stay at home orders at the height of the pandemic forced many of us to embrace remote working. While the move may have been unavoidable, it came with both benefits and risks. As experts in managing risk, ICAEW Member Rewards partner Marsh Commercial will address various elements of this new way of working, from managing remote workers to cyber-security.
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Other events

Cybersecurity for accountants course

This virtual course (2-3 December 2021) will demystify cybersecurity through the eyes of an accountant and equips them with strategies to enhance cyber resilience in their organisation. This is a challenging session that enables the participants to consider good practice and to have access to tried and tested techniques which maximise input and get the best results from a positive meeting environment.


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Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2021

Charity Fraud Awareness Week (18 – 22 October 2021) is a campaign run by a partnership of charities, regulators, law enforcers, representative and umbrella bodies, and other not-for-profit stakeholders from across the world, with the purpose to raise awareness of fraud and cybercrime affecting the sector and to create a safe space for charities and their supporters to talk about fraud and share good practice.


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