SCC & Veritas Digital Boardroom
Future proof your business in an era of disruption
21st July 4PM BST
Cybercrime has been called the greatest transfer of wealth in history. It is estimated that $5.2 trillion of global value is at risk by cybercrime in the next 5 years.
Regardless of the industry or size of the organisation, cyber-attacks continually expose businesses to compromised data, lost revenue due to downtime, reputational damage and costly regulatory fines. The average annual cost of cybercrime per company increased to US$13M in 2018, a surge of 72% in just the last 5 years.
Having a cyber recovery strategy has become a mandate for business and government leaders. Join SCC in our digital boardroom , as we discuss how banks and financial institutions can build cyber resilience to enable your business to safely leverage ecosystems, maintain operational resilience, and build stakeholder confidence in these challenging times.
Kat Hill is Cyber Security Lead for SCC. She leads the specialist security over-lay sales team and SCC’s security product/managed services strategy. Kat was a finalist at the 2020 CRN Women in Channel Awards and regularly works directly with clients advising on how to reduce risk across their cyber security strategy.
As Veritas’ Head of Technology for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Peter is responsible for leading the technical engagement with Veritas’ customers and partners.
He heads a team of over 130 technical specialists who work throughout the solution lifecycle: driving awareness of Veritas’ capabilities, understanding customers’ requirements, scoping solutions based on Veritas’ products and services and supporting Veritas’ customers and partners in fully realising the value from their Veritas investment. Peter is also responsible for the technical interlock between the EMEA field organisation and Veritas’ Product Management and Engineering teams.
Prior to his current role, Peter ran the EMEA Technology Sales and Services team at Symantec and, before that, worked for over 15 years in IT professional services. Peter has led major information resiliency and IT infrastructure projects with numerous high-profile clients in financial services, telecommunications and industrials.
Peter has a wide knowledge of IT infrastucture solutions, as well as experience in ITIL-based IT Service Management and in the management of large IT change projects.
Peter has a BSc in Information Technology from Brunel University. He lives in South West London with his wife and two children. His hobbies include running, hill walking and skiing.
Virtual Round Table
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21st July 2021 4PM BST
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