Business webinar zooms in on cyber security

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BID4Oban members are invited to a free Zoom event this  Thursday highlighting the risks of cyber-attacks on businesses.

Threats from cyber attacks are one of the unanticipated consequences of working from home during the Covid pandemic.

BID4Oban member Marsh Commercial will be hosting the event at 2pm on February 25 for a 45-minute webcast  discussing the tools available to help keep employees  working from home cyber secure.

The session, as part of Cyber Scotland Week that runs until February 28, will be led by Robert Morris, Account Director at Marsh Commercial’s Edinburgh base.

Issues to be covered include the COVID-19 impact on cyber risk and threats, what steps can be taken to help manage cyber risk while working from home, can cyber insurance help protect businesses from opportunistic cybercriminals.

People will also have the opportunity to ask questions on how not to get caught out by online fraud.

Interested? Register here
Caption: BID4Oban members are invited to a free webinar on cyber security this Thursday February 25
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