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Business Cyber Safety Talks
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Very informative, interesting talk!
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Ardmac, Manchester

 

Cyber Security Talks for Business

Let's be safer

In 5 simple steps, we will advise on how to hugely improve your personal and business password culture, reduce their chances of succumbing to online hackers (phishing using email scams using fake email addresses). Teach your staff a greater understanding of internet security and internet safety for both your business and the personal lives of your staff members.

It is a question of when, not if. Every business is vulnerable to online data breaches. It is therefore necessary to implement security and backup solutions to restore your data and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems - while developing a strategy to manage the recovery from this loss. Prevention is always the best cure.

 

Are phones making you lazy and unfocussed

The security of every software solution is reliant on remaining up to date with new threats - renewing your license and automatic updates are critical. 

The most dangerous thing you own

You are vulnerable to cyber crime - no matter who or where you are. A device connected to the internet can cause havoc, spilling your private contact details, banking and personal details all over the web. It's vital that employers and staff understand the dangers of the internet and how to identify them.

Having a cyber security protocol in place can prevent data and financial losess due to online fraud.

We speak to companies, organisations and business to brief staff on internet safety and general cyber security threats. The World Health Organisation estimates 90% plus of all internet activity is well-intended, safe and totally above board. It's the 5% that is harmful.

Our internet safety talks for business focus on smart phone safety, identity theft (online fraud), online shopping, online banking (credit card fraud), and booking flights and tickets online, etc.

What your business will gain from our Business Internet Safety Talks

  • Simple steps to prevent data breaches, loss of earnings and reputation.
  • Teach your staff to protect themselves and your business online.
  • Managing Social Media use in the workplace.
  • Your phone is the most dangerous thing you own, protect it.
  • How to make emails, online banking, web surfing, and shopping safer.
  • Simple steps we can take to protect ourselves everyday.
  • 3 quick steps you can take to get fitter for the online world
  • How to build and protect your own online reputation.

Habits you can learn from the kids for your protection.

BeSecureOnline - Cyber Security Talks for Business

Contact us, to book a talk or for more information about our cyber security talks and how we can help you protect your business online.

Bookings

IRL +353 (0)1 908 1588
UK +44 203 813 8222

 

Police warn Business to watch for email, invoice scams.

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Businesses have been warned of an internet email scam which has seen fraudsters steal €650,000 from two commercial companies recently.

They were settling what looked like legitimate invoices from real suppliers. One company lost €200,000 and the other €453,000, gardaí said on Monday.
 

The criminals send emails to businesses and individuals from whats looks like the real supplier. The emails request firm to change the bank account details on record for the supplier to a new bank account, controlled by the criminals.

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Posted by Graham Mulhern on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 Views: 30

Testimonials from recent businesses

Wellbeing, Phone Addiction, Lost Productivity, Work Distraction

Excellent Speakers, very effective. Thoroughly informative, one of the best Speakers ever invited. Spoke to our World Cup squad about the online threats in Russia. Delivery was perfect, concise, interesting and really informative. The Manager, Gareth was especially happy as he really didn't want any issues with players during the WC. 

Frank Chappell The English FA, Wembley