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The Cyber Threat Landscape for SME's - by the NEBRC and Bleam

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 Tuesday the 14th of June | 8:30 - 10:00am.

In the last 12 months nearly 40% of UK businesses identified at least one cyber-attack on their operations. Cyber crime cost the UK over £2.5 billion in 2021. There is no sign of cyber-attacks slowing down, but what can your organisation do to protect themselves?

This free in-person event taking place at Regency House, York Business Park, York will look at how small to medium businesses can stay safe online and ensure you can take steps to stay cyber secure.

Event Details

Join The North East Business Resilience Centre and Bleam to understand how small to medium businesses can stay safe online and ensure you can take steps to stay cyber secure.

Whether you use email, phones, social media or online banking within your business, the internet and digital era has been crucial for the success of many businesses today. As a small to medium business, you may not consider yourself to be a likely target however in the last year, two in five UK businesses suffered some form of cyber-attack.

By attending this event, you can aim to increase your understanding of cyber security, ask questions, and take steps to protect your all-important data. Whilst enjoying a breakfast sandwich and hot drink of your choice!

Morning agenda

  • Steve Leach – Head of Business Development to provide an overview of current cyber landscape, the NEBRC and how we can help.

  • Joe Cockcroft – Senior Student Supervisor will provide a Practical demonstration.

  • Chris Murray Founder & Chief Information Security Officer at Bleam on a technical matter e.g., passwords, phishing, contingency planning.

  • Chantelle Whitham – Business Admin Assistant to highlight NEBRC membership.

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