Webinar: Data Protection and Security
Name: Webinar: Data Protection and Security
Date: June 9, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM IST
Registration: Apologies, registration for this event has now been closed.
As cyber-security issues are becoming a daily struggle for businesses, County Kildare Chamber has teamed up with industry-leading security experts Castlebridge to host a webinar on Wednesday 9th June to provide practical help and advice on how to ensure businesses are kept secure.
The free, one-hour webinar focus will be to help our members to understand cyber-crime and its impact whilst keeping an eye on other critical factors including cost, productivity and profitability.
Recent research has revealed that most companies are now vulnerable to the huge increase in security threats, data breaches and hacking attempts. This is partly a side-effect of the coronavirus pandemic forcing firms to adopt remote and different systems and ways of working. Governments around the world are warning organisations to secure their systems. Meanwhile, companies across Ireland continue to face the risk of significant financial loss, damage to reputation and dips in customer satisfaction caused by cyber threats.
Our upcoming webinar will highlight the importance of remembering that the security of your business data, networks and services is of paramount importance.
Allan Shine “ Over the past week we have been inundated by businesses who are seeking peace-of-mind advice on how to protect themselves, their data and their businesses in general from cyber-threats.
Understandably, people are becoming anxious about the ever-increasing number and complexity of security threats they are facing. It is a serious issue, both in terms of the sheer number of security threats and the increasingly sophisticated methods the criminals are using to infiltrate our systems and our lives. If we read the news, we may be led to believe the hackers are winning because of their sheer persistence. The Chamber is preparing a suite of webinars over the forthcoming months to ensure companies are equipped and briefed to be resilient more than ever before.
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