The working environment and system changes made by businesses in response to COVID-19 has left many vulnerable to cybercrime. The National Cyber Security Centre reported a 400% increase in coronavirus related crime in March alone.
Join us on the 16th April to learn more about the Cyber Resilience Centre for Greater Manchester, a not-for-profit venture between Manchester Digital and Greater Manchester Police with a mission to strenghen the region's resilience to online crime.
10am - Welcome and Introduction to the Cyber Resilience Centre for Greater Manchester.
10.10am - Detective Superintendent Neil Jones, Greater Manchester Police.
How Cybercrime effects businesses in the North West
10.25am - Kyle Bowes - Business Resilience International Management.
Cyber Awareness Tips for SMEs
10.40am - Questions
We will be hosting this event on Microsoft Teams, a link will be made available on this page and sent to your email at 8am on the 16th April.