This May Norfolk Chamber are set to deliver a new event for Norfolk businesses based around cyber security.
On 25 May 2018 a new European regulation will come into effect meaning that businesses will have to completely re-think their data protection regimes. This is something that affects all businesses, from SME’s to corporate giants across the country.
"Last year, the avaerage cost of breaches to large businesses that had them was £36,500. For small firms the average cost of breaches was £3,100. 65% of large organisations reported they had suffered an information security breach in the past year, and 25% of these experienced a breach at least once a month." - This quote has been taken from the National Cyber Security Strategy 2016 - 2021. For the full document please click here.
This morning conference will set to outline these changes, including the €20m fine if your data is hacked. Other topics to be included on the morning will be:
Trends in Cyber Security
Where does Data Protection fit in?
The Internet of Things
Preventing Cyber Attacks
The agenda will look to bring speakers from a range of businesses and backgrounds, including live demonstrations, to inform you of how your business can stay safe in the modern age of technology.
Norfolk Chamber is renowned for organising high quality businesses events and caters for every person and business. Our 70 events are attended by over 3,000 delegates each year with all including the opportunity for networking.