About this event
Who is this Webinar for?
This webinar is aimed at start-up businesses and those who are interested in creating a start-up, no prior experience needed.
It could also benefit more established businesses that are looking at security as a business differentiator, to learn how it can be used to win new business.
83% of small and medium-sized businesses are not financially prepared to recover from a cyber attack - which could mean going out of business.
This event aims to introduce start-ups and new businesses to the risks they face and provide top tips on how to avoid some common threats, protect their organisation and enable them to win new business and gain stakeholder support.
Your host Jim Wright will introduce security, how it can benefit businesses and allow them to seize opportunities while minimising risk. Jim will also discuss common frameworks and fundamental principles that business leaders should know from the start of their business venture.
By the end of this webinar, attendees will:
- Understand security risks
- Understand the benefits of security
- Have an awareness of threat actors
- Have an awareness of threat vectors
- Have an awareness of the services that can be offered to support start-ups
- Understand the regulatory environment in which they work
- Understand the common frameworks relating to security
Jim is the founder and principal consultant of Principle Defence, a Hertfordshire-based security and data protection consultancy and training provider. Jim has over 17 years of experience in security having served in the British Army before moving into the private sector.
Jim has worked with both private and public sector clients as a consultant, working on multi-billion pound projects providing information security and data privacy advice and services. He holds a number of certifications including Fellow of Information Privacy from the International Association of Privacy Professionals and the Lead Security and Information Risk Advisor (L-SIRA) from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
Principle Defence is a Trusted Partner of the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre (a policing-led initiative) and is a Cyber Essentials Certification Body.
Please note: The webinar may be recorded, however, having your Camera and microphone on is optional.
How can I book onto a webinar?
Webinars are booked online via www.wenta.co.uk using Eventbrite as the booking system. You do not need an account but you will need to provide your contact details to make a booking.
Will I receive reminder emails?
You will receive a confirmation email at the time of booking. Reminder emails are sent 2 days, 2 hours and 10 minutes before the event.
When will I receive the link to join the webinar?
Your reminder emails will contain the link to join the webinar. There are no passwords to join, you just need to click the link.
What time do I need join?
We start the webinars at the time advertised, we recommend you log in a few minutes early to ensure you do not miss any of the content.
Will I be able to ask questions?
If you would like to ask questions you can do by using the chat box or the “raise your hand” feature.
Can I watch back the webinar?
All webinars are recorded you so can catch up anything you may have missed.
Will I be able to turn off my microphone and camera?
As we record our webinars it’s optional if you would like to have your camera and microphone on. However, you can ask questions throughout the session using the chat box.
Will I get a copy of the slides?
After each webinar, a copy of the slides and recording is sent to all delegates that were in attendance.
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