Cybersecurity webinar with BITC

23 September 2020 -
9:00am to 10:00am

Cybersecurity has never been more important – to individuals, businesses, charity and voluntary organisations – and we all need to be aware of how to be safe online so that we can continue to work, transact and socialise.

Due to the success of our ‘Back to Basics with Digital Marketing’ webinar we are delighted to bring you the next topic, a free webinar on Back to Basics: Cybersecurity. This is part of our series of webinars in partnership with Business in the Community and in conjunction with the Skills Match programme.

Content of the session:

  • Why cybersecurity should be on your radar and what steps your organisation can take to protect against cyber-attacks.
  • Banking and shopping online – how to be safe and ‘scam-aware’
  • What tools, software you should be using for both personal and work use

Join us via Zoom on Wednesday 23 September from 9.00am -10am and get Back to Basics with Cybersecurity. At the webinar you will hear from

•             Joe Dolan, Head of NI Cybersecurity Centre

•             Richard Gill, Community Banker, Ulster Bank

•             Stephen Gray, Head of Information Management, NICVA

On topics such as, why cybersecurity should be on your radar and what steps your organisation can take to protect against cyber-attack, banking and shopping online – how to be safe and ‘scam-aware’ and, what tools, software you should be using for both personal and work use.

You can register for this training on Business in the Community NI website

All those registered will be emailed a secure link to join the webinar following the registration.

 

 

Costs:
FREE

Cancellation Policy

Please be aware that you may be charged if you don't attend an event you have registered for—even in the case of free to access events. Full details on NICVA cancellation policy 

Costs

FREE

Online

Online Session

This session will be facilitated online.  We'll provide instructions and support for participants to get setup.