Cyber Security Tips During and Post COVID 19 – How to Safely Manage ‘The New Normality’
Tuesday, Jul 28, 2020
10:00am – 10:45am
As the world continues to deal with the economic and operational challenges from the global COVID-19 pandemic, cybercriminals are pivoting their online criminal methods to take advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On average each month, the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) receives about 4,400 cybercrime reports through ReportCyber and responds to 168 cyber security incidents.
Working from home is ‘the new norm’ for many professionals during this pandemic.
Working outside a secured office and technology environment has specific cyber security risks, including targeted cybercrime. When compromised, unauthorised access to your stored information can impact what matters most to you: your data, your cash flow and – if your clients or suppliers are affected- your reputation.
- In this webinar we aim to answer any questions you have regarding how you can safeguard yourself against a data loss and strengthen your cyber risk resilience.
- We talk about five simple yet remarkable effective actions that you can take to immediately improve your cyber security and –even better- that won’t break the bank.
- You will leave this webinar feeling more in control of how you manage the uncertainty that comes when does business online, and while there is no ‘one solution fits all’ there are some valuable standards and tools that help you safeguard your data – protecting your revenue and your reputation, as lost data means Lost trust from your clients.
Webinar Presenter Babette Bottin
Babette is the founder and director of DAS Insure., a highly specialised risk and insurance consultancy firm with a focus on Cash flow protection. Babette is passionate about helping companies of all sizes, business owners and individuals to strengthen their Cyber Security.
With a long-standing career in Trade Credit Insurance, in 2014 Babette added Cyber risk protection to her product portfolio due to the impact a cyber incident can have on the cash flow.
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