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With nearly 60% of small businesses experiencing a security breach in 2014 costing between £65,000 to £115,000* it is clearly a topic that businesses across the South West need to be on top of.

At our Cyber Security Seminar on  26 March 2015 we will explore practical legal steps which can be taken to prevent a cyber security breach and what to do after an attack.

Your can register your interest by emailing marketing@stephens-scown.co.uk

Our keynote speaker is Matthew Richardson, a cyber security expert from Henderson Chambers in London.

Topics to be covered include:

  • corporate identity theft
  • phising
  • how to recover stolen funds
  • protecting personal data
  • how to use Saas and PaaS in compliance with the law
  • how to reduce the risks of a breach
  • techniques to trap and identify those responsible
  • ensuring contracts (e.g. hosting) comply with legal obligations

This practical session will be useful to anyone with an understanding of IT infrastructures who want to learn more about the practical options and business implications of cyber security.

Your can register your interest by emailing marketing@stephens-scown.co.uk

You can get in touch with our IT team on 01392 210700 or by you can find out more about our IT team here


*2014 information Security Breaches Survey, Department for Business Innovation and Skills