Webinar

Bridging the human and technology gap for bulletproof cyber security

Tuesday 22 March 2022

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Cyber security in 2022 is more crucial than ever for small businesses.  A robust cyber security approach must bridge your business’s people, technology, and practices. Our expert panel, featuring WatchGuard and CSTech, will unpack the latest in cyber security solutions and how you can use these tools alongside your human firewall to ensure your business is protected from cyber threats. Learn how to protect yourself, your business, and your customers by securing your business with multi-layered solutions.

This webinar covers:

  • Cyber trends and predictions for 2022: What is coming next and how can your business prepare?
  • Understanding network security, MFA and endpoint security and how they can protect your business
  • Data insights into current Australian cyber threats and attacks
  • Building your human firewall to work with existing security technology
  • The importance of layered security and a multi-level approach
Matthew See Headshot

Matthew See

Manager Sales Engineering | APAC, WatchGuard Technologies

Matthew has 10+ years of experience in IT security sales and 20+ years in senior IT security, technical leadership, and consulting roles for global financial, IT outsourcing, and mining environments.

Daniel Dovico

Daniel Dovico

Director, Computer Services & Technologies (CSTech)

Daniel is a senior technology professional with almost 30 years of experience. He has worked for organisations of all sizes, right through to large publicly listed multinationals in areas that include 24x7/mission-critical operations, project management, and compliance.

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