North East Scotland Food & Drink Network – Protecting your Business Byte
With nearly two thirds of SMEs victim to a cyber-attack last year and the cost of attacks rising sharply, taking action to protect your business is vital.
Members of the North East Food & Drink Network attended Protecting Your Business Byte at ONE Tech Hub where they heard from a range of cyber experts on how steps to protect data and information stored could save time, money and protect their business.
Irene Coyle, OSP Cyber Academy – ‘Human Element – What’s on the menu for the cyber hacker to choose’
How to build a positive cyber culture within your teams from ‘boardroom to shop floor’. Attendees heard how to support the final line of defence in their organisation, their people and how to strengthen cyber resilience with an ongoing education programme and reduce the risk of becoming the next victim.
James Buckley, Team Red 5 – ‘No Phish, Plenty of Pineapples’
Highlighted the physical risk to cyber security, showcasing some of the tools that can be used along with a short live demo.
Graeme Gordon, IFB – ‘Moving from FOMO to ROMO’
Outlined how IFB can assist businesses by providing a cyber audit to identify weaknesses in systems as well as delivering cyber solutions and system back-ups so that in the event of a security incident they can quickly recover.
The North East Food & Drink Network is organised by Opportunity North East in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council and aims to support the growth of the region’s food and drink sector.
ONE Digital and Entrepreneurship and ScotlandIS have partnered with us for this event, to bring solutions from the tech sector to north east food and drink businesses.
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