Cyber Security For Small Businesses Webinar
10:00 – 11:00AM, 24 SEPT 2021
Attendees to the virtual event will learn what minimal cyber security a small business needs in 2021. Cybercriminals are getting ever more sophisticated. Cyber security doesn’t have to be expensive, but basic controls are needed in every business today to prevent becoming a cybercrime victim. The good news is small businesses can prevent most cybercrime by implementing basic cyber security measures.
The online event is aimed at small business owners and senior leaders responsible for their business’ security – but are not cyber security experts.
By the end of the webinar attendees will learn:
- The minimal security needed for a small business in 2021
- How to protect your businesses with cyber security measures that are proportionate for an SME – in terms of cost and feasibility
- The history of cybercrime
- Who the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre (WMCRC) are and how your business can access their free membership and discounted cyber services.
- Take advantage of a free business security audit
- Have an opportunity to network with other business leaders following the webinar
CYBER SECURITY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We will answer some of the most frequently asked questions about cyber security and cybercrime, including:
DO I NEED CYBER SECURITY?
Understand why security is essential to all sized businesses in 2021. We will highlight the latest stats and figures from the West Midlands Police. We will answer: Why does a small business need cyber security?
CYBER SECURITY ESSENTIALS
An introduction to the fundamental cyber security controls a small business needs in today’s digital world. Find out: What proportionate and affordable security controls do I need for my small business?
HOME OFFICE FUNDED CYBERSECURITY
Supported by the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), uncover the security tools, services and support that is available from the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre’s free membership.
HOW GOOD IS MY BUSINESS’ SECURITY?
Take advantage of our free security audit for webinar participants. Register for the webinar and benchmark your business’ security.
James Cash, Founder and managing director at Superfast IT
Lead for cybersecurity at Superfast IT, James has 20 years of experience in IT and security for small and medium-sized businesses. James has been at the pinnacle in crafting and implementing cybersecurity packages for the 70-strong client base that spans Birmingham and the wider West Midlands and is an advocate for helping small businesses stay safe in the digital world.
DI Hinesh Mehta, Previous head of cyber and innovation at West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre and Detective Inspector at West Midlands Police Regional Cyber Crime Unit (RCCU).
Hinesh has been a police officer for over 16 years, most recently the Detective Inspector for the Regional Cyber Crime Unit. The majority of his service has been spent as a detective in various departments, including murder investigation and he started the country’s first Digital Media Investigator Unit. Hinesh has been heavily involved with shaping the police response to cybercrime.
Register for the event
You can register for the event via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cyber-security-for-small-businesses-tickets-166775170023