Who should attend?
Designed for the business person, not an IT expert, delegates will share their experience and discover how vulnerable they are to a range of everyday risks which need to be minimised and managed.
This session will cover risks to IT safety ranging from disasters brought by Mother Nature, right through to advanced cyber-attacks by hackers and even by nation-states now targeting businesses. Ensuring our online and mobile safety has become a significant challenge with the increased range of IT and other communication equipment we use daily: desktop PC's, laptops, tablets and mobile devices.
Delegate benefits and course agenda
- Keep up to date and see how likely are the risks from Mother Nature and people you know
- Encounter how viruses, malware, hackers and people you don't know impact on your business activities and some of the typical costs involved if it happens to you
- How to keep your physical items and key data safe and legal
- Seeing the bigger picture, linking issues together and simple steps to disaster planning
- Reducing and minimising the initial and longer terms costs of your IT and web systems
- The cost savings and the customer service benefits of "Cloud Computing"
- How to put it all together for the non-technical person and a suggested action plan
- Open discussion about your business issues e.g the risks in providing Wi-Fi for customers?
Thursday 25th September - The Enterprise Zone, Boston College - 9.30am until 12.30pm
NB Places are strictly limited to 12 people to give a supportive learning experience, so please book promptly to avoid disappointment. Light refreshments will be provided.
For booking, please contact the onlincolnshire business support helpdesk:
Freephone 0300 80 80 120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org