As so many of us have had to quickly move to work remotely due to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis, this has highlighted a number of cyber security issues. From safe access to data and files for teams through to emerging online scams, businesses are now facing more cyber security issues than ever before. But how can you get to grips with the key considerations for your business and understand how to protect your operations?
Join us for an essential online security update from the Cyber Security Forum. Chaired by Neil Sharpley, FSB’s Chair of Home Office and Ministry of Justice Policy Units, this valuable webinar will feature critical, expert updates on secure home working and cyber security measures which will immediately arm you with information you need to know right now.
We’ll hear from experts at Lincolnshire Police, home and work cyber security consortium IASME, the National Cyber Security Centre and Business in The Community as well as updates and guidance from FSB’s policy unit.
This event is free and open to all, so feel free to invite your contacts to benefit from this relevant and timely update.
Our agenda for the morning is:
10.00 am Welcome and online system protocols introduction – Neil Sharpley.
10.05 am Home/Remote Working and Video Conferencing presentation – Neil Sharpley with lockdown questions to follow
10.30 am Chris Pinder of IASME on Cyber Essentials and accreditation
10.45 am Chris C3 of NCSC on latest Guidance Home Working and other NCSC Guidance and support
11.00 am Hannah Tankard of Business in the Community on their remote working support and guidance
11.10 am Luke Casey and Harry Lancaster from Lincolnshire Police on the latest Phishing, Fakes and Scams update
11.20 am Additional questions
11.30 am Neil Sharpley – summary and conclusion
This event is free to attend. Limited places, early registration is recommended.
Please note: Joining instructions will be sent to the email address given upon registration 1 hour before the event commences. If you need these sooner, or have any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We continue to follow government guidance in relation to our events and will review on a regular basis.
We are working tirelessly to offer support to our members during these very difficult times. This includes planning webinars and online networking which provide guidance for FSB members, addressing your concerns with government, directing our member to FSB support services such as insurance, business continuity, legal helpline and FSB care. We are also looking into how we can provide dedicated support to members. We are working as fast as we can and information will be out to members as soon as we’ve finalised.
We also have a dedicated Support Hub on our website which gives specific guidance for small businesses on the Coronavirus.
14/05/2020 10:00 - 11:30
Federation of Small Businesses