Webinar

Cyber attacks: What to do if your business is hit by a cyber attack

Thursday 10 March 2022

Do you know what new cyber threats to prepare your business for? What the immediate steps to take after a cyber attack are?

In this hands-on session, learn how to protect your business from online threats.

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With the ever changing face of cyber attack, it’s difficult to keep up to date with the latest threats. In this session our guest panel will take you through the latest major threats the market is seeing as well as guide you through what to do in the event of a cyber incident.  

This webinar will cover:

  • new cyber threats to prepare your business for
  • the do’s and don’ts: lessons from actual cyber-attacks
  • what are the immediate steps to take if your business has fallen prey to a cyber attack
  • what is your role in managing the fallout from a cyber attack
  • when do you need to report, who do you need to inform and what to expect.

     

 

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Suzie Leask

Director | Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

Suzie specialises in corporate and commercial law and is known for her commercial insight into the extensive range of risks and legal issues facing organisations, and the importance of maximising revenue while minimising risk to the business.

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Phil Parisis

General Manager Product, Business Australia

A creative and results-driven professional, Phil has a genuine passion for harnessing the latest technology to build solutions that meet the needs of Australian businesses via the development, management and maintenance of innovative strategic processes.

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