Protect your business at free cyber security drop-in
September 20, 2016
Lancashire businesses will have the chance to check if their cyber security protections – both technical and in terms of staff training – are strong enough to withstand cyber criminals’ attempts to steal money and sensitive company data.
Held at Training 2000’s Cyber Security Centre in Nelson on Tuesday 27th September, between 9:30am and 4pm, the informal drop in session will allow businesses to gain an insight into how secure their own organisation is against a range of common cyber threats.
There will also be the opportunity to see some of the techniques that hackers utilise in action to fully understand the very real threats which are faced by organisations and the multiple methods which criminals use to access company data and finances.
Sarah Green, Business Manager – Cyber Security said: “Helping businesses understand where their potential vulnerabilities lie is a key step in implementing good practice and procedures which significantly reduce the risk of a cyber breach.
“Employees are the gateway into your business, so making sure that staff across all levels fully understand the signs of a cyber-attack and know how to respond could make all the difference.”
Training 2000’s Cyber Security team will be on-hand all day to answer all your questions – techie or not, so please feel free to use this session to come and grab a coffee and enjoy our cyber centre.
For more information, contact us via [email protected] or call 01254 54659.