You may not even consider your business to be online but your computers, internet connections, Smartphones and other smart devices can all be hijacked to attack your business or personal finances. This workshop is aimed at business owners and managers to make them aware of the broad range of threats that contribute to Cyber risk. It will examine the human, procedural and technical aspects of developing a Cyber Security plan.
As part of Local Enterprise Week 2021, The Synergy Centre, TU Dublin Tallaght in association with South Dublin Local Enterprise Office is delighted to host this online workshop for business owners, managers & other professionals.
This online workshop will be conducted live using Zoom from 10am to 12pm on Friday, 5 March 2021 and will include Q&A at the end for audience questions which can be submitted as part of the registration or via chat during the presentations. Pre-registration is required and registration closes at 17:00 on Thurs, 4 March. A link to the Zoom meeting will be emailed once registration has closed.
John Byrne – Surviving Cyber: John is a Chartered Certified Accountant with an extensive entrepreneurial career in Banking & Insurance. John has a risk assessment background and has experienced a personal cyber attack. He now focuses on cyber risk education & solutions. https://survivingcyber.com/
Simon Whittaker – Vertical Structure: Simon has a strong background in Systems & Network development & admin. He works with clients to perform penetration & security testing as well as advising on effective practices across all sections of an organisation to mitigate risk and achieve/retain relevant industry certifications. https://verticalstructure.com
Donal Kerr - 4Securitas: Donal is a lawyer with experience across various management functions in high growth technology companies. He co-founded 4Securitas which focuses on tools for protecting critical data in businesses. https://4securitas.com/