Cyber Security – Free Workshops for members !

Free Workshop opportunity for The Members of The Business Network Chester Networking Group

The Business Network Chester - Workshop for Members on Cyber protection

A recent government survey estimated that the average cost of a small business’s worst cyber attack is between £65,000 and £115,000. However, according to specialist business insurance broker PolicyBee, 74 per cent of small businesses haven’t put any money aside to deal with an attack.

Cyber security needn’t be a daunting challenge for small business owners. One resource available is from the National Cyber Security Centre – which has quick and easy steps outlined in the guide that could save time, money and even your business’ reputation. There guide can’t guarantee protection from all types of cyber attack, but the steps outlined  can significantly reduce the chances of your business becoming a victim of cyber crime.

If you want to improve your cyber security further, then you can also seek certification under the Cyber Essentials scheme, which has the benefit of demonstrating to your clients (or prospective clients) that you take the protection of their data seriously. And if you’re a larger business, or face a greater risk from cyber crime, then the 10 Steps to Cyber Security can further help your approach to cyber security.

BUT – if you want a trusted expert on your doorstep in Chester, Cheshire, Deeside, Flintshire and North Wales then why not attend this FREE Workshop by Pro Networks?

Pro Networks are offering Free Cyber Security Workshops to members.

The Free seminars are normally for customers only, but we have decided to extend the benefit to Business Network Members too. How generous an offer to our Members is that!

Such an important and ever present risk to Businesses in the network – Its essential “intel” to not be behind on!

The Content of the workshops in brief is :-

  1. We cover the threat landscape: ie what types of threat exist, who is behind them and who they are targeting.
  2. What types of threats are specifically posed at SME’s.
  3. We then cover what SME’s can do to protect themselves using i) technology (hardware / software), ii) standards and compliance and iii) staff awareness training.

Dates (2 sessions available each day)  Morning sessions at 10:00, afternoon sessions at 14:00, duration c. one hour depending on how many questions people have.

  • Tuesday 21st May
  • Thursday 23rd May
  • Tuesday 28th May
  • Thursday 30th May
  • To attend one of these seminars then please Contact Dave McKay 01244 504569 or (mobile) 0787 555 1097


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