Cyber Security Webinar Series


As part of our continued efforts to support SMEs with the changing cyber threat landscape, we have teamed up with a range of industry experts to deliver a cyber security webinar series. This will help you ensure that your systems and infrastructure are secure by design.

This 4-part webinar series that will be focused around the following topics:

  • Know what you are facing – the threat landscape
  • Defend and protect – Self evaluation
  • Resilience – delivering real world cyber resilience
  • Continuous improvement – Insure and protect

Full details of the webinar series and instructions on how to register your place will be announced over the coming weeks, so be sure to check back on the insights section of our website, or if you’re an existing customer keep an eye on your emails.

We are also offering free vulnerability assessments which consist of a 15-minute consultation to determine your threat level status. This is carried out by one of our cyber security experts who can then advise on the next steps you should take to ensure your business is protected from cyber-crimes.


To book your free vulnerability assessment contact us here or call us on 0808 168 8922.



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