Webinar: Top Building Blocks To Combat Cyber Crime

Posted by Sophia Robertson
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Webinar: Top Building Blocks to Combat Cyber Crime - Thursday, 28 January 2016, 11am

Did you know that the UK is Europe’s number one target for cyber crime? With breaches costing businesses up to £850,000 on average, it’s important to us at Netcel that your digital assets are ready to cope with today’s fast, well-funded cyber attacks.

That’s why we’ve teamed up with trusted security partner Alert Logic, to bring you our latest webinar, Top Building Blocks To Combat Cyber Crime. This impactful session, presented by Richard Cassidy, Alert Logic’s Technical Director, will outline the latest technology, people and processes necessary to support and secure business infrastructure and set the foundation of your security strategy.

The discussion will help you address key questions for reviewing your security strategy, including:

  • What would the impact be on your business if you were the victim of a cyber-attack?
  • What security vulnerabilities are you exposed to throughout your infrastructure?
  • How are you going to identify and remediate a cyber-attack especially as cyber crime is a 24x7 business?
  • Who do you have proactively monitoring and protecting your critical applications and data from attacks?

Register now for this impactful webinar from Netcel’s partner, Alert Logic, to find out how to avoid security breaches at your organisation.

Here are the full webinar details:

  • Date: Thursday 28th January from 11:00am-12:00 noon
  • Presenters: Justin Masters (Chief Technology Officer, Netcel) and Richard Cassidy (EMEA Technical Director, Alert Logic)
  • Cost: Free of charge

Registration is now closed

We will also be holding future webinars later in the year. If you wish to be added to the mailing list, please sign-up above or email hello@netcel.com.

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