October Business Breakfast with The Project Lab
October 27 @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am AEDT$45.00
CyberWeek is coming, are you prepared?
The Project Lab and the Launceston Chamber of Commerce are holding a CyberWeek breakfast so you can learn about Cyber Risks and how a Cyber Risk Management Plan can transform the way that you manage Cyber Risk for your business.
About this event:
CyberWeek is a time to reflect on where Cyber infiltrates our businesses and what risks they bring. This breakfast will introduce you to the CyberUP programme, which has been carefully designed by The Project Lab, to help your small to medium business understand and manage your Cyber Risks and prevent online attacks on your staff and business.
Mariae Leckie, CyberUP Program Lead, is a well-rounded businesswoman that understands the impact of Cyber Risks on SMEs, and can help to manage that impact including through the use of stories that have been shared from businesses like yours, and what they had to do to mitigate those risks in the future.
We will have CyberUP Consultants on-hand after the event and throughout the day to assist you to make real progress towards understanding and managing these risks, fast.
What is a Cyber Risk Management Plan?
You may have heard the term, or even undertaken the act of, risk management before. Simply, it’s the act of identifying a risk to your business and planning what to do about it. Cyber Risk Management is practically the same thing, except we are looking at the Cyber Risks that may have a negative impact on your business, and how to address them if or when they happen.
CyberUP and your business
People in your business are creating and sharing new digital information every day.
How you protect any information that is created and stored is how you guarantee your business is still around tomorrow.
The thing with digital information is that it’s often created to be shared and every time your people share they are opening up a door to the online world exposing your business to potential harm from cyber criminals.
Having systems in place to protect your information is just one step. Helping your people know how to protect it is just as important.
It’s simple, by becoming a Cybersafe business you are protecting the future of your business.