A unique insight into how criminals use your data and your weak spots to target your business. Exclusive access to insider expertise, and practical advice on how to reduce one of the biggest risks facing regional SME’s.
This event is hosted by the South West Cyber Resilience Centre, a unique not-for-profit collaboration between police and the private sector. It is supported by the South West Business Council and Business West.
The South West Cyber Resilience Centre will be running ‘Staying Safe in a Digital World’ on Tuesday 19th July at 8:30 am. This virtual event will run as follows:
Opening- Presented by Mark Shelford, A&S Police and Crime Commissioner and national portfolio holder for fraud and cyber.
Presentations X2 from industry experts- on what happens to the social media data that you share, and the wider threats in the cyber world currently.
SWCRC pitch- Presented by Mark Moore, Director at the Cyber Resilience Centre for the South West on the work the SWCRC do to keep the region digitally secure and what they can do for organisations to improve their cyber security.
Brief Q&A- Ask your questions to the experts.
The South West Cyber Resilience Centre (SWCRC) is a not-for-profit membership organisation dedicated to making South West businesses more cyber resilient. Funded by the Home Office and led by serving police officers, they are committed to making the South West a safer place and helping to boost economic prosperity by improving organisations’ cyber infrastructure and processes to prevent cybercrime.