The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) reports that 62% of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Australia will be affected by a cyber incident.
The reality is that cybersecurity risks for SMEs increase every year. Unfortunately, many small businesses are underprepared when it comes to defending against cyber attacks and often don’t have effective response policies in place. This leaves SME’s vulnerable to major cyber security breeches. This can often prove disastrous for affected businesses as operations are halted indefinitely until the issue is resolved.
However, improving your cyber security posture can often be an expensive, time consuming and frustrating process. That’s why eStorm Australia are lending our expertise!
Recently, our managing director Jason La Macchia attended CyberCon in Melbourne – Australia’s leading cyber security conference. With a focus on ‘Resilience in a Cyber World’, this event was an invaluable experience for businesses to gain an in-depth understanding of the current cyber security landscape and the best practices to defend against emerging threats. We’re excited to share what we learned, so on Wednesday the 9th of November we hosted a free live webinar event to help small business owners proactively secure their business data and sensitive information from outside sources.
Discussion points included:
· Cyber Security Awareness – Fostering a cybersafe workplace culture
· Remote Work – What are the challenges and potential threats?
· Threat Prevention – Understanding the risks and how to mitigate them
· The Cyber Security Skills Gap – What is it and how can we address it?
· The Essential 8 Framework
You can watch the full webinar here: