BPMA Webinar 19th May : Is your business cyber resilient?
The next BPMA webinar is at 12:30 on Thursday 19th May. Our next webinar focusses on cyber security and the information every business handling data should know. Following a spate of recent scams and an alert from government that cyber crime is on the rise, this useful session is a must for every business.
We welcome Chris White, Head of Cyber & Innovation from The Cyber Resilience Centre on 19th May to talk about:
- Why it’s important to ensure your business is cyber safe
- What steps to take now, why good passwords matter
- How being cyber-savvy benefits your business insurance
- How you can avoid data and security mishaps
This interactive session will equip you with new information to protect from scammers and more – look out for the good password test during the webinar to test the security of your passwords!
If you would like to find out more information about cyber security, please use the link below:
Cyber security guidance for business | South East Cyber Resilience Centre (secrc.co.uk)
Who is providing the talk?
The National Cybercrime Programme created the Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East which is a not for profit, police, private, and academic partnership to tackle cybercrime providing a solution to help businesses protect themselves in a digital age. Chris White is not only the Head of the Cyber & Innovation team, he’s also a Detective Inspector and committed to beating the cyber criminals at their game by arming businesses with the knowledge they need now.
Who should attend?
Business owners, anyone responsible for handling data, digital and websites and anyone keen to know more about cyber essentials for business.
BPMA members are invited to join for this session and if you have a colleague who would like to join, please ask them to register too. There is no limit to the number of people who can register from each BPMA member business, and a copy of the recording will also be sent to each person registered, whether they attend or not.
Not a BPMA member and want to join this useful session? We are opening this session to non-members due to the importance of the topic. Non-members can register for approval using this link here or contact Tom Robey for more information.