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Cyber Crime – How to protect your business

July 18, 2024

10:00 - 12:30

Preston

North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

Cybercrime continues to adapt and grow, affecting essential public services, businesses and private individuals alike. It’s estimated that Cybercrime Costs the UK £27 billion, causing damage to businesses’ infrastructure, supply chains and reputations. It even threatens national security.

The way we set up a business online has changed in the last 2 years and cybercriminals have continued to adapt their attacks to take advantage of the vulnerabilities that have opened up.

Join us and learn how to raise awareness, so you can support and protect your organisation and staff as unprepared staff are at risk of being caught unaware of the threats they could face online, with only 13% of small businesses training their employees on cyber security.

Learning objectives:

  • Explain the risks to your organisation
  • Explain how to protect your organisation from Cyber Crime
  • Detail how to keep your organisation’s data safe
  • Detail how to keep organisational smart phones/tablets safe Identify further support for businesses

Who will benefit from Training?

This interactive session is good for both new and experienced managers and leaders of people to equip them with more knowledge of how to help themselves or others.

Does the location/date/time of this course not work for your organisation?

We’re flexible, contact us about bringing the training to your facility through in-house or bespoke courses at a date and time that is most convenient to you!

Venue address

North & Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce,Unit 9-10,Eastway Business Village,Olivers Place,Fulwood
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