We have all seen a massive change in our personal and professional lives during 2020. With the “New Normal” that came with it, we witnessed a massive surge in online shopping, video conferencing, file sharing, etc. This left most of the companies and employees vulnerable to cyber attacks.
An increase of 350% in phishing attacks targeting employees and growth in ransom and malware in 2020 revealed just how little companies and their employees know about the protection of their data and privacy.
Now, more than ever, it is crucial for companies and employees to know how to address their privacy, risk and cyber security to reduce the chance of being attacked. This is why we are organising a series of webinars to address these topics.
Putting Security First: Join Our Webinars!
To help business leaders address cyber security and privacy, our Security Knights decided to organise a series of 30-minutes webinars which will cover a large range of topics about privacy, risk and security during the next six months.
All of the webinars are free to attend and will be hosted by Phillip Davies - one of the best security experts in Europe, together with his team of consultants. He will provide you with great insights and tips on how to identify potential problems and steps to solve them. You can apply for our first monthly webinar by visiting this link.
The first topic Phillip will cover on January 28th from 10:00 - 10:30 GMT is: Developing Risk Management and Strategy For Business. During our first session, he will talk about how to identify potential risks that are threatening your company and create the best strategy for managing them. According to the statistics, 66% of businesses are likely to be attacked in the next year, so this is the best moment to get informed and start putting your security first.
Don’t be a part of the statistics. Join our webinars on January 28th from 10:00 am - 10:30 am GMT and learn how you can become more secure and focus on your business growth.
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