Cybersecurity is a subject that will not go away. Cybercriminals are still having so much success that the numbers of attacks are still continuing to rise.
That means cybersecurity is not something you can do once and forget about it. It is something your business needs to be continuously aware of. Even advice you might have heard or read a year ago might be old and out of date.
That need for up to date information is even more important for the heads of businesses.
On November 14th we are running a cybersecurity event for business leaders. The event is being held at Buckmore Park at will start at 07:30 and will run for 2 hours. There will also be some additional time available for anyone interesting in networking. We have secured 3 expert speakers to deliver actionable advice.
Why we decided to run an event
In the last year and a half, there have been many cybersecurity and GDPR events put on in the are. While they have all been offering some great information we felt they were lacking in one big area.
None of the events was speaking to the leaders of the business. That is why our cybersecurity event is aimed directly at the heads of the business. The theme is all about what is expected from business leaders when it comes to cybersecurity.
52 per cent of business leaders don't know what they would need to do in the event of a cybersecurity event. To us, that is a stunning statistic. It's not even the business leaders fault, it is just that the information isn't out there.
We aim to change that with our cybersecurity event. With our 3 speakers and a takeaway guide, we are confident that anyone attending will have a much stronger idea of what is expected from them regarding cybersecurity.
What you will learn
As a leader of your business, you will learn what is your responsibility to your data and any client's data you hold. You will also learn how to protect and secure your business data and how to recover your data in the event of a data breach.
Who will be speaking
We have arranged 3 cybersecurity experts to speak at the event.
Aimee Payne is the Cyber Protect & Prevent Officer for Kent Police. Aimee is an expert on the subject of Cyber Crime and protecting businesses from cyber threats. She has appeared at cybersecurity events all over the county in recent years and is highly sought after to speak at events.
Aimee will advise on what your threats are and give guidance on the policies and actions you can implement in your business to better protect against a cyber breach.
StorageCraft is a premier backup and disaster recovery software company. They focus on providing best-in-class backup, disaster recovery, system migration and data protection solutions for virtual and physical environments.
SonicWall has been fighting the cyber-criminal industry for over 25 years defending small, medium-size businesses and enterprises worldwide. They are responsible for a real-time cyber defence solution tuned to the specific needs of the more than 500,000 global businesses in more than 215 countries and territories.
When and where is the event
The event is being held at Buckmore Park Kart Circuit on Thursday, November 14th. The event starts at 07:30 and there is additional time available at the end for fielding any extra questions and networking.
How to book your seat
This is a cybersecurity event designed to be different from anything that has gone before. There will be no tech speak. Just actionable advice, delivered in human language with key points for you to take away and implement in your business.
For just two hours of your time, you will no longer be part of the 52 per cent of business leaders who don't know what to do in the event of a cyber attack.
If you would like more information on the event please feel free to call us on 01634 52 52 52 or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org