Online Cyber Security Surgery

3rd April 2020

Cyber Security is increasingly an important aspect of both business and personal life, meaning that we need to understand and adapt to its prevalence.

Whether its phishing attacks, social engineering, system hacks or ransomware, everyone needs to be aware of how to understand cyber security and how they can either mitigate and/or fix issues and the steps to take to minimise the effects of them actually occurring.

This is where your trusted Cyber Security Partners (CSP) can help and provide you with tailored bespoke advice with which to address your Cyber Security questions, issues and concerns.

Our online interactive Cyber Security Surgery enables attendees, confidentially, to book a time slot to have a “one on one” chat with a member of the Cyber Security Partnership team.

If you’re interested in how you can adapt to the ever-evolving Cyber Security world and understand the benefits of being secure and prepared for any issues, then attend our virtual ‘Cyber Security Surgery’ with our expert friendly team, one to one in our online chat on Thursday 23rd April @ 8:30am – 5.30pm

Click here to view our event and book your ticket:

Eventbrite CSP Virtual Cyber Security Surgery

Cyber Security Partnership offer dedicated advice and support uniquely tailored to your business.

Some of our services are listed below;

Managed Services
SMaaS – Security Manager as a Service
DPaaS – Data Protection as a Service
Cloud Security
Security Architecture
Risk Management
Security Controls Testing
Audit
Operational Security
Cyber Security Training and Awareness
Certification

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