Taylor Made are proud to be a guest speaker at NatWest’s interactive seminar that focuses on the potential implications of Fraud on your business.
In a world underpinned by technology, it is clear that digital platforms are integral to the way we communicate and run our businesses – with some key statistics highlighting why the threat should not be ignored:
- 66% of UK businesses reported a cyber breach or attack in 2017;
- £193bn estimated annual losses to UK businesses from all types of fraud in 2016 (grown since);
- 89% of businesses surveyed who experienced a breach said it impacted on their reputation. Of those attacked, 31% said it led to brand damage, 30% said it led to loss of clients and 29% said it led to ability to win new business;
- 71% of security breaches forecasted in UK in 2018;
- many more that will be covered on the day!
With the seminar addressing these challenges around cybercrime and highlighting the key steps you can take to protect you and your business from these risks, I am sure you will find the session extremely useful!
Andy May, Fraud Analyst within Commercial & Private Banking at NatWest, will be discussing the top cyber/fraud threats our customers are facing, as well as some best practices around spotting and preventing these threats to your business.
Paul Sylvester, Security Operations Manager at Taylor Made will be discussing stories from the frontline, some of the issues facing our customers and the effects to their business
James Adnitt, Digital Intelligence and Investigation Officer at Hampshire Constabulary, will present the National Cyber Security Centre’s advice, products and services for preventing and disrupting the effects of Cyber Crime.
Date: Wednesday 18th March 2020
- 8am – Arrival & Refreshments
- 8:30am – Presentation starts
- 10am – Networking & Close
KPMG, Gateway House, Tolgate, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, SO53 3TG
Sign up today!
If you would like to attend please contact Gemma Atkinson at Natwest by Friday 10th: email@example.com