Cyber security is one lesson you don’t want to learn through consequence! You’ve put your heart and soul into your business enterprise and it could be ruined in an instant. If your business has never been a victim of an internet virus or a hacker you might be tempted to disregard the whole subject as scare-mongering.
However, protecting your systems has never been more important. Ransomware has upped the stakes in cyber security where you can find your computer systems literally taken hostage. More than ever, businesses and individuals need to know how to be less vulnerable against such attacks.
In this highly interactive and engaging workshop with other small business owners you’ll explore the world of cyber security, what can go wrong, the human elements, and realistic, practical strategies you can implement in your workplace.
Why this program is for you
Protecting your information is critical to the sustainability and competitiveness of your small business. Increasingly you will need to know more about cyber-risk mitigation strategies and how to implement them into work practices of your enterprise. Don’t let this be a regret. You owe it to your business and employees to duck out of work for a morning to become more cyber-aware.
In this full-day interactive workshop you’ll cover new developments in the cyber world, take part in hands-on activities and contribute to seminar discussions around best practice.
- Cyber security overview
- The human factor
- Protective mechanisms - counter-measures will be discussed and wider lessons considered
FREE to small business owners and their employees. Includes all course materials and morning and afternoon tea.
Location, Dates & Times
ECU Joondalup campus/270 Joondalup Drive JO4.545, Joondalup | 12 November 2019 from 9.30am - 4.30pm
Limited places are still available*. Register today
Please contact Lisa Spinks at ECU’s School of Business and Law.
Phone (08) 6304 2504 or email email@example.com
This workshop is funded by the Small Business Development Corporation through its Business Local service. For free advice and guidance on starting and growing your business visit smallbusiness.wa.gov.au