• The Transition (map)
  • The Anne Knight Builings, Fenton Court, City Park West
  • Chelmsford, Essex, CM11LW
  • UK
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Description

Cyber scams are prevalent. We hear daily how they affect businesses globally, the astronomical threat and rising costs to deal with the aftermath. What should you be watching out for and how can you protect your business?

Presentation overview

Whatever business we are in we rely on the internet. We buy & sell; we contact our customers and use it for logistical support. However with all the opportunity it brings, it is important to remember the risks. There are criminals who will take advantage of the anonymity of the online world and deceive, hack and steal if the opportunity arises. This doesn’t mean your business should not use the internet but by implementing a few basic security processes and making staff aware of the threats you can make a significant difference to your chances of becoming a victim. This presentation aims to identify common types of cybercrime and ways you can protect yourself from them. You will also be able to ask questions and share experiecnes or concerns.

ABOUT THE TRAINER

David Gibb is an Essex Police Cyber Protect Officer

With in excess of 30yrs Law Enforcement experience with Essex police; the Serious Organised Crime Agency; Home Office as well as the National Crime Agency. The last 10yrs have been in the world of cyber crime, where he was the National Protect lead with the National Cyber Crime Unit providing cybercrime mitigation at scale advice and support to industry before taking up his current role with Essex police as their Cyber Protect Officer. David has an MSc in Forensic Computing and Cyber Investigations as well as information security management accreditation with both CISM and CompTIA Security plus accreditations.

His role with Essex police is one of working with the business community to raise awareness of this growing crime and providing advice on how to protect your business from becoming victims of cyber crime by implementing some basic practices..