Keep your business safe online. Cyber crime or fraud attack could have devastating effects on your business potentially preventing you from selling online, damaging your brand or even driving you out of business. Follow the tips from Barclays on how to spot the signs of common types of fraud and how to take action to prevent cyber crime. Exlpore the videos or watch the webinar.
The National Cyber Security Centre, part of Government Communication Headquarters, has guidance on cyber security for small businesses. Follow their step-by-step guide to improve digital security within your business – easily and at low cost. You can also get certification under the Cyber Essentials scheme which demonstrates to your clients that you take the protection of their data seriously.
Cyber security should be a priority for any large organisation and the NCSC has published guidance that will help you deliver a secure approach. Guides include a board toolkit, cloud security, mitigating malware and ransomwear attacks and risk management guidance. To see the latest from in and around the NCSC and the latest cybersecurity sign up the their news.
The Open University’s Introduction to Cyber Security offers a free 8-week course you can do online which covers the basics of online security. On the course you will learn how to recognise online security threats and explore the steps you can take to minimise your risk and find out about malware, trojan virus, network security, cryptography, identitiy theft and risk management. The course is GCHQ Certified Training and IISP accredited.
Free To Attend Course for Minority Owned Businesses. Cyber Management Alliance supported by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is delivering a special NCSC-Certified training course in Cybersecurity & Privacy Essentials to minority owned businesses throughout the Midlands region.
Monday 14th March. Molineux, Waterloo Rd, Wolverhampton, WV1 4QR. 5.00 pm - 8.30 pm
To book, please visit Cyber Management Alliance