FREE Business Breakfast Seminar in Milton Keynes:
“It is no longer a case of IF, but WHEN your business will become a victim of Cybercrime ”
Cybercrime is impacting businesses everyday and those businesses that are not prepared are suffering greater losses and repercussions.
Cyber security is at the heart of all of our services as it forms the foundation of a secure and robust infrastructure for a business to work from.
Ransomware and phishing attacks are on the increase and businesses are being attacked due to a lack of policies, procedures, awareness and training.
These attacks are causing downtime and costing money. In some cases businesses are forced to close due to fatal losses of data or the impact on reputations should breaches become public.
There are a number of things that SME’s can do to help protect themselves from the most common forms of cyber attack as well as mitigate the impact if one was to happen.
Working with the Cyber Protect Officer from Thames Valley Police, our seminars will share and explain how to do this in an informative and practical way.
Make 2020 the year you take cyber security seriously!
A valuable morning understanding …
What is the risk to your business?
Significant financial loss.
Loss of valuable business data.
Confidential company information exposed.
Irreparable damage to your businesses reputation.
Who are the criminals, and why are they targeting your business?
Understand the kinds of criminals that are targeting you.
Understand why a business of your size is more profitable to target than a larger organisation.
Learn how easy it is to become a target.
What can you do to mitigate the impact of a Cyber Attack?
Learn about the critical policies and procedures to put in place to help prevent an attack impacting your business.
Discover how you are exposing yourself to security breaches.
If the worst happens, what is your Disaster Recovery Plan?
CCS IT Solutions
Security has always been of particular interest to Steven and he has extensive experience of working with businesses to ensure their systems are efficient and protected. As a Cyber Essentials assessor he works closely with businesses to support them through the accreditation process and protecting themselves from the most common forms of cyber attack.
Cyber Protect Officer,
Thames Valley Police
Mark works with senior leaders to deliver a Force-wide Cyber Protect strategy, focusing on proactive, dynamic agile cyber-crime prevention and reduction initiatives.
He joins our seminars to provide a policing perspective on the growth of cyber crime incidents on SME’s in the Thames Valley region.