Local security matters
Taking cyber security seriously to protect your organisation and your people
Local government and healthcare organisations are relied on for the care they provide. To do this, you need to know you’re in safe hands too – and protected against risks to your security.
With a team of security experts focused on anticipating, identifying and stamping out the threat of cyber crime, we do everything in our power to keep our network – and our customers – protected.
Today we’re giving you an insight into some of the highly-skilled individuals driving our innovative thinking. As in local government and healthcare, it’s the people that really make the difference.
By watching our webinars, taking a look at our whitepapers and videos, and contacting us for more information, you can take comfort that we’ll protect your organisation the way we do ours.
The latest webinar: Digital transformation – how to secure your organisation
Delivering digital transformation while addressing regulatory compliance and growing risks to cyber security is key for local government and health sectors.
In our webinar on 8 February, BT’s Danny Longbottom (Director, Local Government & Health) and Mark Hughes (President, BT Security) joined Martin Courtney (TechMarketView analyst) to explore the ways forward.
Watch the webinar replay to find out how you can embed security in your strategy.
Protecting your organisation like we do ours
The UK faces over 700 DDoS attacks on average every day – that’s one every two minutes. With the potential to paralyse a healthcare provider or even bring down a government, cyber crime is big news – and nobody wants to be next to make headlines for the wrong reasons.
On our network, we block 14,000,000 unauthorised connection attempts a day. And with over 100,000 devices and 6,000 buildings to protect in 180 countries, we’ve been setting security standards worldwide for years.
Watch to find out how our Embedded Security solutions can protect your organisation the way we do ours.
Meet the team making your businesses safer
In local government and healthcare, it’s the people that really make the difference. And that’s true here at BT too. So we wanted to introduce some of the people behind our cyber security solutions.
Konstantinos, Melanie and Amy are part of a multi-talented team making sure organisations like yours are protected like ours.
Watch our videos to discover more about how our work behind the scenes is taking organisations forward. Because when we take care of your cyber security, you can focus on what really matters.
Keeping ahead of the hackers is key – so it pays to have one on your team to protect you and your people. Konstantinos tells us more about his unique specialism.
“We like to simulate the exact attacks that the real bad guys out in the wild are doing. Hacking is a constant learning experience.”
Head of Threat Intelligence
Spotting potential threats and finding the source is the responsibility of Melanie and her team. And the insight they provide into global security incidents helps protect us all.
“Our customers received intelligence around WannaCry six weeks in advance. You can start to put plans in place before it hits you.”
Head of Incident Response
Because launching a cyber attack is relatively easy, it’s critical to have far-reaching protection. Amy highlights the help we’ve given to the NHS, and our strength and depth.
“The bad guys step up their game. Which means me need to move fast to keep up – and actually get out ahead in front of them.”
Specialist security solutions for local government and healthcare
The Local Government Association has highlighted the importance of more funding for local councils to fight cyber attacks.
And with digital transformation a top priority for the public sector, there’s never been a better time to talk seriously about security.
Danny Longbottom, Director of Local Government and Health, highlights how BT has unrivalled capabilities to protect your personal data and systems in this increasingly digital world.
A practical guide to security best practice – download the report today
Protecting your local government or healthcare organisation from the growing threat of cyber crime can be complex and challenging.
So having the opportunity to draw on our knowledge and share the experience of organisations we work with shouldn’t be missed.
In this report – published in the wake of the WannaCry ransomware attack – you’ll discover the five key stages of cyber security you’ll need to navigate to protect your organisation from attack.
How to protect your organisation and keep your network safe in future
As healthcare providers and local government organisations increasingly turn to technology to improve operations, margins and people’s experiences, cyber security is an ever-growing concern.
BT’s ‘Future security’ whitepaper examines many of the threats facing organisations, and explores the latest innovations and approaches you can adopt to better protect your organisation now and in future.
With a wide range of cyber security solutions you can benefit from, there’s no better time to download the ‘Future security’ whitepaper.
GDPR: Are you ready for the new data protection regulation?
Nearly 70% of local councils are not yet able to comply with ‘right to be forgotten’ element of EU General Data Privacy Regulation.
Source: 2017 Public Cyber Security Insights
Huge fines, not to mention the loss of reputation, face organisations that fail to meet the new General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) standards. We’re here to help you prepare.
Watch our half hour webinar replay to understand what GDPR means for you, and how to make plans now to demonstrate compliance. And download our GDPR whitepaper to help you take a fresh look at security.
Find out how you can turn the challenge of GDPR into an opportunity.
Time for NHS organisations to form true synergies with their IT partners
Lives are potentially at risk from the threat of cyber attacks.
That’s the shocking situation Jason Hall, BT’s Director of Health, sees healthcare providers facing today.
In his LinkedIn blog, Jason explains why – with the cyber threat landscape constantly evolving and GDPR fast approaching – cyber security is a board level issue.
Read today to discover what the changing cyber threat landscape means for the NHS, and why now is the time to build the NHS cyber ecosystem.
What are the key lessons to learn in the fight against cybercrime?
What opportunities do next generation technologies present to organisations?
How do you turn the security conversation into a business enabler?
In this podcast our 3 security heroes talk about what makes them tick, the impact their roles have on customers and what drives them personally.
This full length podcast with our security heroes covers everything you need to know, from a BT perspective, about the critical national infrastructure we support.
Watch the videos from our previous roundtable.
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