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In the digital age, cyber risk is one of the biggest dangers facing businesses – 60% of SMEs that experience a cyber-attack shut shop within six months. Don’t let your business fall victim.

Watch our on-demand webinar on Cybersecurity for SMEs: Building a More Resilient Business. We’ll explore:

  • The top cybersecurity challenges SMEs are currently facing
  • Where SMEs need to invest in essential cybersecurity measures
  • How to protect your business from a ransomware attack

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  • The top cyber threats we are seeing in our customers’ environment as a Managed Services Provider (MSP)
  • The minimum controls businesses should be implementing and why
  • Employee security awareness – why it’s important, what works, what doesn’t
  • Whether cyber insurance will protect your SME from a cyber breach
  • The core pillars to include in your cybersecurity strategy

Watch the webinar and you will also be eligible for a free Baseline Employee Cybersecurity Assessment from Numata.

The Importance of Security Awareness Training

This segment of the webinar explores the importance of security awareness training and we’ll hear case studies and insights from people who’ve actually been through a cybersecurity awareness programme about how it’s impacted their organisation and behaviour.

Security Operating Centre (SOC) as a Service

This includes a discussion with cybersecurity experts Liza Weschta, Jason Scanlon and Alistair Campbell on:

  • Automation in SOC and how it can help identify and mitigate gaps in your existing security solutions
  • Current cybercrime threats facing SMEs
  • Why an extra layer of defence with an SOC is important

Watch the webinar and you will also be eligible for a free Baseline Employee Cybersecurity Assessment from Numata.

What is a Baseline Employee Cybersecurity Assessment?

It’s a tool to help organisations see how their employees stack up when it comes to cybersecurity awareness.

The assessment is designed to identify baseline employee cybersecurity awareness so organisations can see where they need to improve, and who could potentially cause their next security incident. Each employee is assigned a score that represents their risk level to their company’s cybersecurity. This allows the business to understand where its staff excel and where they could use some in-depth training to help protect the organisation.

Meet the panel:

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