It’s coming up to Christmas, which is peak season for scammers and fraudsters, and the sad reality is that you and your business are sitting ducks (turkeys?).
Each email, phone call and social media message you and your team respond to is another potential opportunity to fall victim to scams that peak in frequency and sophistication at this time of year.
Join this free webinar to learn how to protect yourself, your business and your data with practical, actionable guidance from our cybersecurity expert.
Following this session, you’ll be able to:
• Identify common signs of fraudulent communications
• Spot the latest fraud trends
• Report and recover from an instance of fraud
Book your free place here.
Hannah Khoo is the Customer Relationship Manager at the Cyber Resilience Centre for London. Hannah’s primary role is to engage with members to help them improve their digital security posture, as well as assisting with the ‘In The Community’ programme and Digital Security Clinics. Hannah has recently graduated from University, completing a BSc Honours degree in Computer Security and Forensics and is now looking to help people become more secure in this digital age.
The Cyber Resilience Centre for London is a police-led, not-for-profit organisation working in partnership with the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime. The CRC for London is part of a network of 9 Regional Centres across the country whose role is to support small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) and third sector organisations reduce their vulnerability to cyber-crime.
They offer a range of services to London’s small business community to help demystify cyber resilience and provide access to emerging risk information that is relevant to smaller organisations, free guidance and affordable help to protect your organisation and its people online.