How safe is your business from the increasing threat of cyber attack?

Do you know the difference between white hat and black hat hackers and what steps you can take to prevent these and other modes of attack against your business? Is your customer data adequately protected? What would you do in the event of a security breach?

You are only as strong as your weakest link. Don’t just lock the door at night, lock your business!

Join us at a Townley and Royal Bank of Scotland Cyber Security business breakfast event at The Rossett Hall Hotel, Wrexham on Tuesday 18th July:  

Join us at 8am for a business breakfast: tea/coffee/bacon rolls/networking. The presentation will begin at 8.30am. There will be a short question and answer session afterwards and a chance to meet the team and ask any sensitive questions specific to your business. Click here to book tickets.

The presentation covers a range of methods that a hacker may use to take advantage of your company network plus mitigating steps you can take to reduce the chances of security flaws and damage to your business.

There will also be live hacking demos, including a technique made famous by the TV Show ‘Mr Robot’ as well as demonstrating how Wi-Fi networks can mislead you into giving away your passwords or other data.

The Royal Bank of Scotland speaker is Martin Johnson a Corporate Banking Manager with 28 years Banking experience who will cover specific Bank threats and preventative measures

After the presentation there will be time for Q&As, so you ask any questions you may have.

You don’t have to be a tech whizz to get the most from this event, all content is jargon-free, simple to understand and useful for all!

Places on the business breakfast are limited. Please confirm your attendance ASAP. Click here to book your space.

The event is FREE to attend but if we receive any cancellations within 24 hours of the event, we reserve the right to invoice a £5 fee to cover the cost of the food.

Information about our Cyber Security expert:

Townley Group of companies has its headquarters in Chester and is a strong player in the SMB market with an extensive portfolio of services within the IT, Data and Telecoms market.

Group Technology Director, Joe Burns has over a decade of experience assisting businesses in the constantly evolving task of defending them from cyber threats. Part of his role involves him travelling the country to provide Cyber Awareness training to employees.

Joe has gained a reputation within the business world for delivering informative and engaging security presentations. He has been the chosen expert speaker for several previous Cyber Security events hosted by businesses such as Crystal Palace FC, JLT Insurance and national solicitors firm, Browne Jacobson.

Joe’s presentations have the ability to convey what the modern threat landscape looks like through his simplicity and jargon-free approach and his interactive hacking demonstrations.