Cybercrime, The New GDPR and Your Business
10am - 12pm
7 Mistakes You Are Making In Your Business Which Leaves You Wide Open To Cybercrime
Cybercrime is at an all-time high, and hackers are setting their sights on small and medium business who are “low hanging fruit”. This seminar will get you started in protecting everything you’ve worked so hard to build.
And the 10 key areas that require your attention now, in preparation for the new GDPR regulations.
On 25 May 2018 most processing of personal data by organisations will have to comply with the General Data Protection Regulations.
Good information handling makes good business sense. You'll enhance your business's reputation, increase customer and employee confidence, and by making sure personal information is accurate, relevant and safe, save both time and money.
Speakers are Adam Morris, MD of Avagio and Oliver Price, Partner at Wansbroughs.
Adam Morris is the founder and Managing Director of Avagio IT Services Limited, an IT support and solutions company helping small and medium sized businesses manage growth, increase profits, and become more efficient through the effective implementation, management and support of IT.
With over 25 years’ experience in IT, working with organisations with between 1 and 1000 computers, Adam is passionate about ensuring businesses achieve their goals through the right selection, implementation and management of IT.
Over recent years cyber security has become far more of a threat to SMEs and this has led Adam to become a cyber security expert, and Avagio now focus heavily on ensuring their clients are protected against the myriad of security threats.
Oliver Price is a partner in the commercial team at Wansbroughs solicitors, a full service firm, based in Wiltshire and serving clients nationwide.
His role on the Board of Wansbroughs includes experience as the Compliance Officer for Finance and Administration.
Oliver’s professional work as a disputes lawyer of over 20 years experience encompasses the fields of commercial and real estate work.
His interest in regulation and compliance stems from an unusual specialism in the law – business rates.