**Please note: limited tickets available**
"There are two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that don’t know they’ve been hacked.”
- John Chambers, Executive Chairman and former CEO of Cisco.
Are you anxious about the vulnerabilities that may be going undetected in your IT systems? Perhaps your business has been hacked in the past and you want to safeguard against future attacks? Or worse, you may be concerned that you have been breached without even knowing. If these issues sound familiar, you should attend this event.
Too many business leaders feel guilty about not giving cyber-security enough consideration and investment. The idea that cyber-security threats and vulnerabilities may be going undetected is enough make anyone lose sleep. And rightly so.
Attacks are growing in frequency, severity and sophistication. As our world becomes ever more connected, every business has become a digital business. There’s no place for complacency or ignorance anymore.
More UK businesses than ever are facing the threat of data breaches. Often these breaches are not discovered until weeks, months or in some cases years later, when the damage has already been done.
It pains these organisations when they find out these attacks could have been easily detected and prevented.
At this event, you will learn how and why the ‘hacker economy’ has grown so rapidly, and the steps you can take to protect your business.
Who should attend?
Business Owners and IT/Operations Directors concerned about cyber-security and wanting to take steps to protect their assets.
9.30am – 10.00am
Networking and refreshments
Teas, coffees, juices and a selection of pastries will be provided.
10.00am – 10.20am
Welcome - Sean Ball - Marketing Executive, Forfusion
Sean will kick things off and give an overview of why cyber-security is such a growing part of Forfusion’s IT consultancy business.
10.20am - 11.00am
Cyber-Security for the Real World - Adam Denyer-Hampton – Security Specialist, Cisco
The hacker economy is big business. Many organisations underestimate or misunderstand the scale of vulnerabilities across their IT systems. Adam will outline how cyber-attacks happen with live 'hacks', and the steps you can take to protect your data.
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For any enquiries or more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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