Cyber Security Partner’s other brand, Click and Protect, are hosting a free webinar open to all on how to protect your business for FREE. Although this webinar is part of Leeds Digital Festival it is available to any business which is concerned about ensuring their business is secure. C&P’s Director, Kevin Else, will be hosting this insightful event. With more than 30 years of experience in Information Security, Kevin is definitely the right person to talk to when it comes to protecting your business online. The event will be virtual on Wednesday 28th of September at 12:30pm. This event is open to anyone with a genuine interest in learning more about Cyber Security and being more aware of the free resources available online. The event will highlight some good sources from government, local councils and other national bodies that will help you kick-start your business.
Kevin Else, C&P Director, said:
“Building a good business reputation from scratch takes a lot of time and effort, but an information security issue could ruin it in minutes. There is a pool of high-quality advice, guidance and tools that are available for free to new and growing businesses, from Government and Non-Government official sources. C&P will take you through where these services are, how they can benefit your company’s security profile and who you can turn to for free advice”.
By joining this event, you will have the opportunity to engage in some insightful discussions and engage with real-life examples that you can utilise straight after the webinar. Towards the end of the event, there will also be a Q&A session where you will be able to ask direct questions to Kevin to help you with any of your queries.
Sign up for ‘How to cyber protect your new business for FREE’ here.
About Click and Protect
The experts at Cyber Security Partners founded C&P. It was born with the intention to help companies that do not have the time and resources to deal with cyber security issues. With C&P, clients have the opportunity to tailor these services according to their needs, through a subscription-based model, this means you can have an information security expert available to your company from as little as £200/month. Services range from data protection, cyber security management to security awareness training for employees and many more.