BOOK NOW: C11 Cyber Security and Digital Innovation Centre: Seminar on avoiding cyber attacks 29 November

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Today, it’s no longer if your business suffers a cyber-attack, but when.

Don’t let your company culture increase the chance of a cyber-attack. Former government cyber expert, Jim Wheeler, will lead the special seminar on how to avoid cyber-attacks caused by human error.

The one-day seminar: Human Dimension Culture and Cyber Security Seminar – Thursday 29th November will look at:

  • How to reduce potential risks in your business
  • How to identify the costly technical solutions your business doesn’t need
  • The importance of regularly questioning your business to assess the threat and the support levels needed

Millions of cyber-attacks are experienced each week. 90 % of them are associated with human error.

Despite the vital role that staff play in the chain of defence against cyber-attacks, many businesses still focus on technology-based solutions – instead of creating a cyber-aware culture that educates and nurtures best practice as employees can inadvertently expose sensitive and confidential information.

Join other Business leaders from across the region and learn how to reduce the risk of their company culture increasing the chance of a cyber-attack.

Seminar Leader Jim Wheeler is a former government cyber expert. Today, he is the founder and CEO of Resolve Cyber where he leads a team with experience in UK Government, HM Forces and NCSC, providing discreet cyber security services for businesses and private clients.

Human Dimension Culture and Cyber Security Seminar

Thursday 29 November 2018

£50 per person – includes lunch and free parking.

To book your place, email talkc11@glos.ac.uk or https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cyber-security-seminar-the-human-dimension-tickets-52158503488

www.c11-berkeley.glos.ac.uk/