Cyber Security Workshop - How to avoid losing your entire business in 30 seconds video recording

15th October 2021

Watch back this free workshop recording to learn about the growing threat of cybercrime and why it keeps our politicians and spies awake at night.

Cyber Security was marked as a Tier 1 threat by the UK government over 10 years ago. Just like a global pandemic that many thought would never happen...

Watch back this free workshop recording to learn about the growing threat of cybercrime and why it keeps our politicians and spies awake at night.

Leading industry speakers from th4ts3cur1ty.company, The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and South Yorkshire Police, discuss:

  • The latest cyber security insights from South Yorkshire businesses
  • Cybercrime - The threat for businesses
  • Business Reliance and Support Resources

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