Protect Your Business Against Cyber Crime: Attend the Cyber Security Business Breakfast

Mar 8 / Michael Schubert
Small and medium businesses are particularly vulnerable to cybercrime, with losses estimated at $33 billion annually. To help protect local businesses, Business Victor Harbor (BVH) is hosting a Cyber Security Business Breakfast on 30th Mar 2023 from 7:00 AM – 10:30 AM at McCracken Conference Centre. Bookings are essential and open to all businesses and their employees.

At the event, attendees will have access to expert advice from Nick Sincock (Assistant Director of the Department Of Home Affairs-Cyber & Infrastructure Security Outreach), Nigel Smart (Crime Stoppers SA), and Rachel Leonow(NBNco Regional Business Lead). These professionals will provide invaluable knowledge on how to protect your business against cybercrime.

BVH Chair Michael Schubert said “Businesses need to be aware of the risks associated with cybercrime and take steps to mitigate them. This event is a great opportunity for businesses of all sizes to get informed about what they can do”.

BVH Executive Officer Colin Shearing added, “It’s not just about prevention, but also detection – knowing when something has gone wrong so that you can act quickly”. 

Rachel Leonow from NBNCo concluded, “We understand that it can be difficult for small businesses to keep up with the ever-changing world of cyber security so we want to ensure they have access to the resources they need”.

The Cyber Security Business Breakfast promises insights into what every business should know about protecting themselves against cybercrime in today’s digital age. Bookings are essential, visit for full details.
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