Mitigating Risk in the Modern Workplace (Cyber Security, Cloud) in partnership with Microsoft


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This valuable event is taking place on Friday 18th January 2019 at the Gherkin, London. It is aimed towards business owners, directors and those in senior IT positions.

Is you business at risk of losing critical data?

Companies and firms of all kinds increasingly rely on business critical data which if lost or hacked can at the very least be expensive to replace or at worst devastate reputations, destroy customer trust or result in significant direct financial losses.

Denial of Service attacks, Insider attacks, malware, password attacks, phishing. The list goes on.

Mitigating these risks is difficult enough for any business. For SMEs it can be even more challenging. Some are not taking the risk of a data breach seriously because they don't think they will be targeted.

Others lack the internal IT and security expertise of larger organisations. Many just don't understand the nature of the threat that they are facing. This briefing will cover not only the biggest risks but the action that your business can take to secure its critical data.

Why should you attend?

Register your interest today to join fellow business owners and managers to learn from industry veteran Terry Doherty about:

- The biggest cyber-security threats to your business

- Thinking around cultural, process and technology changes that can help reduce and mitigate cyber risks

- What role cloud technology might play in improving cyber defences

- Ideas for safely accommodating new trends within the Modern Workplace


There will be an emphasis on practical takeaways and advice to guide delegates in how to use technology to securely boost the productivity of their people.

Places are Limited. You must be on the guest list to attend.

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