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Findings from our Cyber Vulnerability Assessments - January 2021

About this event

Microsoft's recent report on global threat monitoring activity has recorded the number of attacks on the education sector at 63%

In this webinar, our Founder and CEO - Mark Orchison and Principal Consultant - Adam Willmott will analyse the trends around cyber vulnerabilities discovered in school networks and will evaluate the trends from the previous assessments conducted in November 2020, with those identified in January 2021.

The top 5 vulnerabilities discovered in our November 2020 assessments were.

  1. Weak access permissions on network shares
  2. Misconfigured systems causing security risks
  3. Weak authentication mechanisms in place
  4. End of Life (EoL) operating systems and services
  5. Vulnerabilities exposed by weak patch management

By the end of this session, you will gain further understanding of cyber security & its associated risks within school’s IT systems, Infrastructure & Operations

You will get an opportunity to ask any questions related to the findings and recommendations.

What is a Cyber Vulnerability Assessment (CVA)

9ine’s Cyber Vulnerability Assessment is an internal assessment of the school's systems for cyber vulnerabilities that could be breached and potentially lead to the deletion, modification, or theft of data.

9ine provides an overview of the risk profile of the school to a successful cyber-attack following a high-level report with a prioritised list of security recommendations, next steps, and action.

All webinar registrants will receive a recording after the event, so you can watch it at your convenience.

Hosted by

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    9ine Team 9ine

  • Guest speaker
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    Mark Orchison Managing Director @ 9ine Consulting

    MD, 9ine Consulting.

  • Guest speaker
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    Adam Willmott


Independent Technology Specialists in Education

9ine passionate about education. A global leader in support schools overcome cyber, technology, safeguarding and compliance challenges