Oxford Mail highlights Cyber Security session at Venturefest
The Movers and Shakers section of the Oxford Mail on 23 June signposted readers to the Venturefest event next week on 29 June.
Highlighting a practical session on cyber safety, organised by The Oxford Trust.
One-quarter of UK SMEs think cyber security is too expensive to implement and 22% admit they do not know where to start, according to research by the government’s Cyber Streetwise campaign.
This session, lead by Oscar O’Connor, Lead Assessor for the Cyber Security Challenge UK, covers why organisations of all sizes and particularly those involved in innovation should place cyber security at the top of their agenda. It will outline the key global risks to your business including the very real internal threats.
Register here. Please note:
All sessions are free to attend – places are limited and available on a first come, first served basis on the day. As part of the registration process, you can select which sessions you would like to attend. This is not a booking, but allows you to build your preferred itinerary.
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