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Recordings of Tech Faculty webinars.

 

Five questions boards should ask about cyber security

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The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has issued guidance to help boards get to grips with cyber security, perhaps more important now than it has ever been.

Risk and assurance in emerging technologies

In this publication launch, we will go through the key lessons of the report, discuss AI and automation as an example, and go over how to consider the risks and responses for other new tech.

Tech essentials - cryptocurrency

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Following on from the Tech Faculty’s Tech Essentials guide to cryptocurrency, David Lyford-Smith will cover how to handle cryptocurrencies.

My home data backup strategy

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Data is at the heart of our personal and business lives today. Protecting data from malware or hardware failure is essential to ensure a business can continue trading.

GDPR what was all the fuss about?

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The GDPR came into force in the UK on May 25 2018.  Many organisations put a lot of effort into preparing for that day.

Tech essentials - cyber recovery

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Gain practical advice on how to be aware of vulnerabilities and threats, securing your data and recovering from a data breach.

Data – a world of opportunities

Join Mark Taylor and Kirstin Gillon of ICAEW, and Anthony Sayce FCA of EY, for the fourth in our series of Tech Faculty ‘Tech Talks’, this time on the subject of data and the opportunities it presents for practice and business.

The ABCDs of accountancy and technology

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Join ICAEW’s Kirstin Gillon and David Lyford-Smith as they walk you through the essentials of the four major technology trends affecting accountants today: AI, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, and Data.

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