How prepared are you to defend against a cyber attack?
The NI Cyber Security Centre will deliver a webinar for small businesses and voluntary/community organisations addressing this question on Monday 10 May.The event will be divided into two tailored sessions for each sector as follows:
- Small Business Sector 10.30am - 12pm
- Voluntary / Community Sector 14.00pm – 15.30pm
Small businesses and voluntary/community organisations face challenges to ensure that their staff, digital assets and customers are protected from cyber attacks.
A successful attack can have serious consequences leading to the interruption of business functions like supply chains, financial / data theft and reputational damage.
This webinar is designed to help organisations be proactive about their cyber security. 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.
Any type of business from a sole trader to medium sized business or organisation concerned about the threat and impact of a cyber attack will find the event useful.
The speakers at the event will be Joe Dolan, NI Cyber Security Centre, and cyber security experts from Danske Bank, PSNI and Vertical Structure.
You will learn:
- Why cyber security is important to SMEs and community and voluntary organisations
- Cyber threat trends resulting from COVID-19
- Basic cyber hygiene and examples of why it’s needed
- Challenges around remote working and collaboration
How to register
This is a free event and will be held virtually via Webex.
Please choose which event session you wish to attend and register via the links below.