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Cyber Security for SMEs at The Business Show 2019

2019-05-09T15:08:30+01:00By |

Award winning Cyber Security company Templar Executives is exhibiting at The Business Show 2019 and is delighted to announce the first ever SME Cyber Security Survey being conducted at The Business Show this year. We are excited to be polling startups and SMEs many of whom will be looking to understand why this agenda is

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Templar Executives supports the CIRM Conference 2019

2019-04-05T08:59:28+01:00By |

Templar Executives are pleased to be invited to present at the CIRM Annual Conference being held in Greece from 2nd to 4th April 2019. CEO Andrew Fitzmaurice will provide a presentation entitled ‘The Delphic Predictions’, an exciting projection of the Marine business in the future, as well as moderating a panel discussing the industry outlook.

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Holby City’s A&E Department hit by a Cyber attack

2019-03-01T15:52:46+01:00By |

On Saturday night, BBC’s Casualty showed Holby City’s A&E Department hit by a Cyber attack, taking critical systems offline and putting patient lives at risk. But could this dramatisation play out on real-life wards? And how can organisations that provide health care protect from the inevitable risk of a Cyber attack? Could this happen in

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Invitation to the Maritime Workshops

2018-07-17T16:57:03+01:00By |

In anticipation of the opening of the new Maritime Cyber Centre of Excellence in Singapore during September 2018, Templar Executives are running three Maritime workshops during 10th, 12th and 13th July in London, Rotterdam and Antwerp. Partners speaking at the workshops include Wartsila, Norton Rose Fulbright and Airbus.  The maritime industry and national governments need

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Minister of State for Trade and Export Promotion supports UK business Templar Executives

2018-05-08T13:20:51+01:00By |

The announcement of the partnership between Wärtsilä and Templar Executives to launch a world-class Cyber Academy and the first Maritime Cyber Emergency Response Team (MCERT), as part of the newly established Maritime  Centre of Excellence in Singapore, has been widely hailed as a timely initiative. The shipping sector carries over 90% of the world’s trade

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Templar Executives and Wärtsilä to establish Maritime Cyber Academy in Singapore

2018-05-18T16:03:22+01:00By |

Templar Executives are delighted to announce our partnership with the marine and energy group, Wärtsilä, to establish a world-class Cyber Academy and maritime cyber emergency response team in Singapore. The academy will offer courses designed to support and enhance the collective Cyber maturity of the wider maritime sector, notably ship operators and owners. The academy

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Don’t let the GDPR Boat sail without you!

2019-03-01T15:55:07+01:00By |

A ‘quick win’ in the journey to compliance with Cyber aspects of the ISM Code before January 2021. CSO Alliance has teamed up with Templar Executives, to provide its members with access to the only GCHQ certified General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Awareness e-learning course currently available. This will enable efficient and cost effective training

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The International Cyber Security Benchmark Survey 2018

2018-04-06T16:44:31+01:00By |

This year, in partnership with the Security & Counter Terror Expo (SCTX), we invited attendees from cross-industry backgrounds to take part in our International Cyber Security Benchmark Survey 2018. This results of this survey represents a hugely valuable opportunity to see how Cyber Security best practices are evolving across sectors and assesses the current state-of-play

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Construction Sector: Building a Response to the GDPR

2018-02-15T15:28:06+01:00By |

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), one of the biggest changes in our data protection laws, comes into force on 25th May 2018. The GDPR will have a major impact on all industries in the UK, including construction, and companies whatever their size, will need to understand and demonstrate compliance to the changes required by

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Your Invitation to the 2018 International Cyber Security Survey

2018-02-16T13:31:46+01:00By |

  Cyber crime is forecast to have a global cost of $6 trillion by 2021 and many security experts are predicting that 2018 could be the year of critical national infrastructure cyber attacks.1 There has never been a more important time to consider how we protect our own systems, as well as those of our

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