Don’t lose everything to Cyber Criminals

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Date October 20, 2021 H 13:00
End October 20, 2021 H 14:00
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Link https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/dont-lose-everything-to-cyber-criminals-tickets-176012416877?aff=ebdsoporgprofile
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In the past three months, there has been an average of one cybercrime reported every ten minutes from individuals and businesses .

About this event

In the past three months, there has been an average of one cybercrime reported every ten minutes from individuals and businesses to the Australian Cyber Security Centre.

Most businesses don’t believe it will ever happen to them. Unfortunately, the question is not how it will happen, yet when it will happen.

In order to protect yourself and your business, you need to be aware and informed of the dangers and what you can do to protect yourself online.

This webinar covers the simple steps you can take as a business to stay safe online.

 

We will cover

• How and why to set up 2FA with ALL your online programs

• How to protect your client’s data to ensure they don’t become a victim because of you

• How to protect your own information online

• Emails- what to do to stay safe with both Microsoft 365 and Gmail

 

This workshop is a MUST for everyone, in order to avoid becoming a victim of Cybercrime!

Presenter: Katina Beveridge

Katina Beveridge is the CEO Strategic Online a Sydney based Digital Marketing Agency. She helps businesses grow through strategic digital marketing solutions. Katina also shares a passion for teaching and helping small business owners, having been in that space herself she understands the issues small business face every day When not completely immersed in work she loves to spend time with her children out in nature.

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“This project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources through the Cyber Security Business Connect and Protect Program.”