Cyber Essentials - Keeping Your Business Safe!

16th July 2019

Cyber Essentials - Keeping Your Business Safe! Demonstrating ways to keep your business safe and use data to your advantage.

This free seminar is designed to provide practical solutions for businesses with lunch provided and networking opportunities throughout. The seminar is hosted by NatWest with speakers from West Yorkshire Police, Freeths LLP, Tyl, Liberty ICT and Be More Social.  Booking Places are limited so please follow this link to register your attendance. Running Order 9.30 am Registration & Networking 10.00 am Regional Cyber Crime Presentation from West Yorkshire Police with Sargent Shelton Newsham from the Regional Cyber Crime unit 10.45 am GDPR Update: Who has been slapped with a big fat fine? with Toby Pochron from Freeths Solicitors 11.30 am Protection from Financial Crime with Michelle Shea from Tyl NatWest's payment provider 12.00 pm Lunch 1.00 pm Demonstrating Scams with Richard Siddall from Liberty ICT 1.30 pm Social Media - are you secure? With Rik Courtney from Be More Social 2.15 pm Q & A Panel 2.30 pm Close

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