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Putting cybersecurity in place and developing strategies to manage security risks doesn’t have to break your business, but it can certainly help save it.

Recent circumstances have meant that many businesses have created a new way of working, which has consequently exposed risks, such as VPN vulnerabilities, to increased online scams and phishing emails. Understanding what you can do to manage your organization’s cybersecurity effectively can be the competitive advantage needed in today’s online, interactive world. BSI in partnership with Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC) have developed a three-part webinar series to explore what the most common risks are and what practical steps you need to take now.

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Webinar 1: What does cybersecurity do for me?

Wednesday 4 November 10.00 - 11.00 GMT

On the back of cybersecurity awareness month, experts from BSI and PDSC will explore the prevalent risks and threats that affect every SME business, and show you how and why you should take action now.

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Webinar 2: What is my digital risk?

Thursday 26 November 10.00 - 11.00 GMT

The impact of Covid19 has seen 49% of people working from home according to The Office of National Statistics.

Is your workforce, home working, in the office or a mix of both? Do they bring their own device, use a VPN? If you answered yes to any, or all the questions then you have an attack surface that needs managing. Understanding your exposure needn’t be difficult and is the first step to risk mitigation.

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Webinar 3: Digital risk: what do I do about it?

Thursday 17 December 10.00 - 11.00 GMT

So what are the most practical things you can do to make your business a digitally resilient one?

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Our Speakers

David Mudd, Global Digital and Connected Product Certification Director, BSI
Simon Newman, Head of Cyber and Business Services, Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (PCPI)
Neil Sinclair, National Cyber Lead, Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC)