The NI Cyber Security Centre will deliver a webinar for the small and medium sized enterprise (SME) community in Derry City & Strabane District Council Area on Monday April 19.
The webinar is part of the wider series of events taking place as part of the Council’s Enterprise Week from Monday April 19th to Friday April 23rd, which this year will focus on guiding entrepreneurs through the local economy’s Covid recovery phase.
Event details and line-up
- Why cyber security is important to SMEs – Joe Dolan, NI Cyber Security Centre
- Cyber threat trends from Covid - Danske Bank
- Basic Cyber Hygiene and examples of why it’s needed – PSNI Cyber Crime
- Challenges around remote working and collaboration – Vertical Structure
Who is the event for?
The event is aimed at the SME community in Derry & Strabane District Council Area. Any business from a sole trader to medium sized organisation concerned about the threat and impact of a cyber attack on their business will find the event useful.
What can attendees expect?
Attendees will hear first-hand from cyber security experts. They will explain why cyber security is becoming increasingly important for SMEs, as more businesses are working remotely and communicating virtually.
A successful cyber attack can have far-reaching consequences, from disabling business systems, finance and data theft, disruption to supply chains and reputational damage.
Participants can learn about common cyber threats and trends, how to prevent a cyber attack and how to minimise disruption to their business in the event of an attack.
How to book
The free event will take place via Webex on Monday April 19 from 10-11.30 am you can register here