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Our top 10 cyber security tips

The coronavirus pandemic has led to even higher levels of hacks and scams. Gavin Quiggin and Siobhan Fuller talk through 10 areas of cyber security to help you remain securer online, as well as flag some of the measures Nedbank Private Wealth has in place to protect clients’ assets.

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Published 19 November
30 mins, plus Q&A

 

While the coronavirus pandemic put pay to a lot of business and economic activity, the same cannot be said of cyber criminals. Hackers and scammers have thrived in the uncertainty.

 

Gavin Quiggin, head of operational resilience and technology risk, was joined by Siobhan Fuller, recruitment executive, to talk through ten areas in which everyone could be vulnerable. Aiming to provide guidance to help you remain securer online, they also flag some of the measures Nedbank Private Wealth has in place to protect clients’ assets.

about the presenters

Gavin Quiggin

Gavin Quiggin

Gavin joined Nedbank Private Wealth as the Head of Operational Resilience and Technology Risk in March 2020.

 

He has seven years’ experience working in cybersecurity, fraud and data protection roles. He is a qualified ISO 27001 lead auditor, as well as GDPR practitioner and business continuity professional.

Siobhan Fuller

Siobhan Fuller

Siobhan joined Nedbank Private Wealth as the Internal Communications and Recruitment Executive in May 2019.

 

She has experience working in communications, recruitment and marketing roles and, in addition to a BA (Hons) in English Literature from Newcastle University, is now working towards her HR qualifications.

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