Keeping Up With Cyber Security In A Digital Age
5.30 - 8.30PM - Wednesday 19th July @ QUAD DERBY
The Majority of businesses are very much behind the curve when it comes to cyber security, meaning that there is a lot of “low hanging fruit” for criminals to target. Whilst this is the case, businesses can take even the simplest measures to prevent a cyber breach and can move themselves higher up the tree.
It is widely acknowledged that more that 80% of cyber breaches can be completely avoided through employing basic good practice.
This session will explain what happens should you/your company experience a cyber-attack or crime and how you can prevent this. It will also cover how you can develop your company data strategy, the new data protection law, what’s changing and how it effect’s you and your business.
Andy Watterson – Business Crime Manager at East Midlands Chamber, works with businesses and strategic partners across the East Midlands and beyond, including the police and local authorities, to combat all aspects of business crime including theft, fraud and cybercrime, and assist these partners in engaging with the business community to promote awareness of business crime issues.
Andy is also the British Chamber of Commerce’s Digital Economy fellow, leading and informing the BCC and national Chamber network’s policy activity and digital agenda.