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Looking back at FICC's first Breakfast Seminar of 2020: "The Human Element: Cyber Behaviour and Culture" at MoLI

Yesterday we held our first Breakfast Seminar of 2020 on "The Human Element: Cyber Behaviour and Culture" at MoLI – Museum of Literature Ireland.

Sarah Hipkin from Mazars told us that 61% of Irish organisations reported to have suffered cyber crime such as fraud in the last two years with an estimated loss on average of €3.1m and therefore advised us on how to establish a cyber culture.

Rowan Fogarty from VigiTrust followed up and gave us pieces of advice on how to improve cyber security within companies.

This event was full of helpful and in-depth information, such as these 4 good practices:

  • Use a strong password and multi-factor authentication
  • Have a clean desk policy
  • Beware of scams
  • Use privacy settings in social media

Thank you Mazars for sponsoring the event and MoLI for welcoming us !

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