As technology advances, the risk to SME’s confidential information, be it customer data or credit card details, is constantly increasing. Cyber crime is more than ‘just’ an IT issue. Join our free informative breakfast seminar, to learn what you should be doing to reduce the chances of an attack on your business.
At this seminar, you will:
• Receive ‘jargon free', non-technical advice and guidance
• Get the real view of cyber crime in Warwickshire from the Police
• Understand the real implications and consequences of a cyber attack
• Gain practical Government backed advice and solutions
• Learn how to dramatically reduce your chances of becoming a victim.
Not only will we outline the issues, but you will learn from the experts about the solutions that can reduce the chances of an attack on your business by up to 80%! Put your questions to our specialist panel, including:
Gary Sirrell, Cyber Crime Protect and Prevent Officer, West Midlands Regional Cyber Crime Unit:
Detective Sergeant Gary Sirrell is a Cyber Crime Officer within the West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit (WMROCU). WMROCU has the responsibility of protecting the communities in the West Midlands from serious organised crime. Gary will be talking about the current cyber threat landscape, and the UK Cyber Strategy, whilst also providing some local case studies. He will conclude with some advice around what businesses can do to protect themselves against a cyber attack.
Helen Barge, Managing Director, Risk Evolves Ltd:
Managing Director and Lead Consultant Helen has worked in industry since 1986 in a variety of different sectors. Her background in IT, gained whilst working for global organisations, is complemented by 12 years in business management, including over a decade in governance, rose and compliance roles. This breadth of experience allows Helen to apply her knowledge of IT systems, processes and procedures to the complexities of the business environment.
Eddie Allan, Business Development Manager, Spartan Global Services:
Business Development Manager of Spartan Global Services, proven secure IT asset disposal and secure data destruction services, based in Staffordshire. Eddie has 36 years of experience of working in business management and development in both the private and public sectors. Eddie is passionate about ensuring that Spartan Global Services can manage the process of secure IT asset disposal and data destruction for businesses, so they can ensure compliance and due diligence in both these highly regulated areas.
Attendees will also be able to enjoy a light breakfast included, of a breakfast bap (sausage, egg or bacon) and tea/coffee/orange juice.
If you would require special assistance in the event of an emergency for any reason, please let us know so we can make any necessary arrangements by calling us on 0800 917 9325 or emailing email@example.com