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We don’t want to add to the list of things keeping you up at night as a small business owner, but we need to talk about cyber security, STAT. And no, just because you have antivirus software does not mean you’re safe!
Although you might be led to believe that hackers and cyber-criminals (who are they?!) are after the big corporations, it’s actually small businesses who are at the greatest risk. Hackers think smaller businesses are the ‘easy targets’ and ha! we’re here to prove them wrong!
Over 90% of cyber incidents happen because of human error, so no matter how up to date you are with the latest tech and best practices, you’ll always have a security risk to manage – your people.
In our next masterclass thanks to Business Australia, we’ll be talking all things cyber security (it’s more fun than it sounds, ok!) and sharing the things you need to be aware of and how you can protect your business and make smart choices.
Basically, if you use the internet then your money, information, technology and reputation is at risk and you’re reading this email, so ummm, that’s you, join us!
About Jonathan Horne, CEO Cyber Aware
Jonathan has been building, running and selling online businesses since he walked out of the school gate. Over the last 15 years he has built some of Australia’s most trusted brands, servicing both small local businesses as well as some of the most well-known brands in the world. After witnessing a multi-million dollar competitor go out of business due to a cyber incident, Jonathan focused and researched heavily on improving his own businesses’ cybersecurity. Through this experience grew CyberAware.com, an awareness training platform that removes the technical jargon from cybersecurity, and works to make cybersecurity easy for businesses of all sizes.
About Suzie Leask, Director – Corporate & Commercial, Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA)
Suzie is a trusted advisor to SMEs, corporates and not-for-profits and is a key advisor to Business Australia and its related entities. Her breadth of experience across multiple areas of the law enables her to act as an outsourced legal counsel to businesses. Suzie is passionate about giving back to the community, holding several not-for-profit Board and Committee roles and mentoring women lawyers. A sought-after presenter and winner of Private Practice Lawyer of the Year, Suzie has delivered webinars to audiences of 600+ on commercial legal matters, as well as designing key ABLA training courses.
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