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May 2017

How Safe is Your Business? Free Cyber Security Seminar for Suffolk Businesses

With the cyber-attack on the NHS, fresh in our minds and the disruption and cost it has caused an ongoing issue, MENTA’s free Cyber Security seminar, ‘How Safe is Your Business?’ is very relevant.

Designed to support Suffolk’s business community the interactive session will cover, not just the emerging global and national trends in the cybercrime arena, but provide practical steps on what businesses can do straight away to meet what might be the defining business challenge of the 21st century.

Cyber Security is the protection of information computer systems, networks and data in the e-commerce business world and is a critical issue for all businesses. The average security breach costs small and medium sized businesses between £75,000 and £311,000, not taking into consideration the loss of reputation with clients and suppliers.

Speakers include, Paul Maskall the Cyber Security Adviser at Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies and has been working within the Police for nearly five years in the field of intelligence. Paul delivers Cyber Security advice and pragmatic technical measures people can take to protect their businesses.

Another speaker will be David Higgins of 4ITSec who has worked for several UK Government departments and agencies

The MENTA ‘How Safe is Your Business?’ seminar is being held on Tuesday 6th June and is being hosted by MENTA Patron Hugh J Boswell at their offices at St Andrews Castle, Bury St Edmunds.

Jo Hocking Branch Manager for Hugh J Boswell, Chartered Insurance Brokers said, “We are delighted to be collaborating with MENTA on this event to help inform local SME’s on what threats to be aware of, and how to best protect their businesses from them.”

Free tickets for the ‘How Safe is Your Business?’ seminar on 6th June which runs from

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