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Published 11 Jul 2019

Do you know what cyber threats your business faces? Do you - and your staff - know how to identify these threats? How do you recognise an attack? What can you put in place to maintain continuity of business? Do you understand just how vital staff awareness training is?

During late 2017 and the first half of 2018 we distributed a free GDPR guide and held free GDPR sessions at Network House. More than 180 customers attended, and the feedback sheets were overwhelmingly positive.

This time, It's Cyber Security

We're doing exactly the same for cyber security. We're holding free sessions so that you can understand what the many different cyber threats are, where they originate, what their motives are, and what you can do about it. And some of the steps you can take are surprisingly easy. See our previous articles on Cyber Security

The sessions last about 90 minutes, depending on the number of questions we get. The sessions will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at our offices in Sandycroft. Delegates can choose any morning or afternoon session, as long as there are places available. Refreshments will be provided. 

When Are They Taking Place?

Morning sessions start at 10:00am and afternoon sessions start at 14:00pm. 

The dates for July 2019 are:

  • Tuesday 16th   - 10:00

  • Tuesday 23rd   - 10:00

The dates for August 2019 are:

  • Thursday 15th   - 14:00

  • Thursday 22nd   - 14:00

  • Thursday 29th   - 14:00

The dates for Sept 2019 are:

  • Thursday 12th   - 14:00

  • Thursday 19th   - 14:00

  • Thursday 26th   - 14:00

To book a seat on one of the sessions use our Eventbrite page. We already have bookings, so don't wait too long. We're using the time honoured system of first come first served.

Free Cyber Security Landscape Document 

We have produced a detailed document titled 'Understanding Cyber Security: Threats and Defences for the SME'. This is freely available on request. It is a detailed analysis and discussion of the cyber threat landscape. It is presented in plain English and provides a comprehensive round-up of the threats facing the average SME. 

We look forward to seeing you.

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