Club partners Sheards are holding a Cyber Security seminar on Thursday 7th April in the Waterloo Suite. Details of the event are below. Book your place here.
About this event
Connection 22: 7 April 2022, 11am – 1.30pm
Join us in April for our first Connection event for 2022 with guest speaker Pete Clements, Technical Director, PAV (P2 & Pavilion) as he shares top tips on cyber security for your business.
Cyber issues are becoming inevitable for every organisation of all shapes and sizes. This event will help you to gain a greater understanding of the vital role that Good IT plays supporting all businesses in these very uncertain times.
The presentation will share information on the costs and risks associated to your business from different cyber-attack vectors and the sorts of IT investments that you should be prioritising.
Pete will outline some of the best practices based on detailed knowledge of nearly 350 customers of all shapes and sizes and all levels of IT maturity.
This promises to be an event not to be missed for anyone in business, with more than a dozen staff where there is an IT function and someone responsible for IT in support of their business. Or if you are a business / partnership owner this is for you.
The event will take place on Thursday 7 April 2022 at the Waterloo Suite at Huddersfield RUFC, and will begin at 11.00am with an opportunity to network with other businesses. The speakers will start at 11.30am and will finish with a Q&A.
Following the Q&A, lunch will be served, and another opportunity to network with fellow delegates. The event will close at 1.30/2pm.
Places are limited, so don’t miss out on this informative session.
IMPORTANT: Please note that there will be hand sanitiser at the entrance of the Waterloo Suite. The windows will be open to ensure adequate ventilation. If you make a booking for this event, then have Covid symptoms, please let us know and cancel your ticket as you will not be admitted to the venue. Whilst wearing a face covering isn’t mandatory but we would ask that you reduce the risk to others by wearing one in enclosed spaces. Thank you