A seminar in Southampton is set to be a wakeup call as people witness a live hack during the event.
Taylor Made Computer Solutions’ Cyber Security Breakfast will educate businesses on cyber security.
We are set to do a computer hacking to show people just how easy it is to fall victim.
About the event
The event on March 7, in association with Paris Smith and online security firm Dionach, will feature practical tips and advice that IT managers and business leaders can implement straight away.
Speakers will cover how businesses can protect their data to the legal implications of falling foul of data protection laws.
Matt Faulkner, technical director at Taylor Made, said:
“It’s only when you see first-hand how easy it is to be hacked that you realise how important it is to keep your data safe.
This event will allow us to do just that in a safe environment and give local businesses the advice they need to protect themselves.”
According to Get Safe Online and Action Fraud, British businesses have seen a 22% increase in cyber incidents over the past year, with total reported losses of more than £1 billion.
Alan Cousins, practice director at Paris Smith, said:
“Whatever the reason a hacker chooses to attack, whether it be theft of funds, fraud, espionage or hacktivisim, their evolving techniques are an ever-growing concern for businesses striving to protect their information and assets. We’re looking forward to combining our legal and IT expertise at this seminar and ensuring Southampton business are up to date with the latest advice.”