On Tuesday 23rd January, Xperience Group is hosting a WebEx* showcasing how cloud can significantly reduce the risk of data breaches, protecting businesses from modern day cyber security threats.

2017 was a terrible year for cyber security with phishing scams, ransomware and new attack vectors affecting more than 875,000 SME’s. According to the Government statistics, the most common breaches included fraudulent emails coaxing staff into revealing passwords or financial information, and opening dangerous attachments – followed by viruses and ransomware. With the scale and size of the threat growing, and the upcoming GDPR regulation, what should be at the forefront of every business’ radar, it’s been neglected by many.

The findings from the Group’s unique study reveal that 40 per cent of businesses have no cyber-security strategy in place, with further 70 per cent admitting there’s still room for improvement when it comes to their business data. With this in mind, Xperience Group is hosting a WebEx to explain how cloud security tools can help to protect data from malicious attacks that can damage profits and customer confidence.

Date: Tuesday 23rd January @ 11am
Duration: 1 hour followed by Q&A
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In this WebEx, businesses will also get expert insight on how to:

  • Ensure business continuity without significant financial implications, should disaster strike
  • Get peace of mind in the knowledge business systems and data are always protected
  • Give customers confidence their sensitive information is safe

During the WebEx, Xperience Group’s Director of Cloud Services & Infrastructure – Richard Kennedy – will give an overview of the current threat landscape, exploring cloud security trends to combat cyber risk. Attendees will learn how choosing the right security tools will not only ensure high levels of security but also allow businesses to remain competitive and agile.

To register for the WebEx click here.

* Spaces are limited. Book now to avoid disappointment.

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