With cyber crimes costing the UK economy £10.9 billion in 2015/16, it’s not just the huge corporations that have suffered; research indicates that targeted SMEs pay out to the tune of £3,000 per attack. Is this something your business can afford?
Find out how to keep modern threats from damaging your business at our Security Lab Event on Wednesday 11th April. We will be exploring how to prevent cyberattacks from spreading, what security tools and protocols can help and also explore how GDPR will impact on data security, with speakers from the Data Protection People, SonicWall, SecurEnvoy and SolarWinds.
Sign up today to join us on the 11th of April.
Securing Your Network from Known and Unknown Threats
David has over 10 years of solution implementation experience across a wide range of sectors, giving him first-hand knowledge of the security challenges faced by organizations in the UK today. David has in depth knowledge of the cyber threat landscape and the cyber defence solutions needed to provide complete security for the modern workforce.
What Does the GDPR Say About Data Security?
Data Protection People
Jason is a Senior Consultant at Data Protection People. His wealth of experience in many industries plus a passion for data and data privacy means that Jason is well versed in information governance best practice and legislation. Most recently, Jason led the development of DPP’s “Information Governance Framework”, a comprehensive set of the policies, procedures and work instructions required for GDPR compliance.
How to Reduce Your Security Risks with Multifactor Authentication
Darren Leach is an experienced IT security professional with over 15 years’ experience in helping clients across a range of Cyber Security related projects. Darren has worked on projects across the UK and Northern Europe and with the Public Sector and Corporate clients. At SecurEnvoy, his role to help clients address their challenges of enabling Secure Remote Access to improve Security and meet today’s compliance requirements.
Layered Security – What Is Your Acceptable Level of Risk?
Louise works with top tier MSPs and supports them in their sales, marketing strategies and review of marketing conditions and upcoming trends, having worked in product development and channel sales at SolarWinds. With experience as a solicitor and a degree in Law from University College Cork to add to her bow, Louise brings a unique insight to the Security Lab event.
When and where
Wednesday 11th April 8.30am - 2.30pm
St Helens RFC,