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A 1-hour education session on Cyber Security Best Practices, presented by James Eling from Extreme Networks

Strictly limited tickets available – register early to avoid disappointment!

At this highly anticipated Frankston Business Collective Education Session, James Eling will present a 1-hour cyber security information session to help small business owners protect their data and their businesses, using case studies from cyber-attacks on Frankston small businesses.

In our recent Frankston Business Collective member survey, cyber security ranked number 1 out of 10 in terms of importance for our business community in terms of challenges for the year ahead.

In this presentation, James will explain:

  • What has changed in the cyber threats that Small Businesses have faced over the last 5 years
  • The most common cyber-attacks used on Frankston small businesses over the last 12 months; and
  • The free or most cost-effective solutions to increase the cyber security of your business.

By the end of the presentation, you will understand the risks and have some resources that are easily implementable to improve the security of your business.

COST: FREE for FBC Members / Non-members welcome @ $25 per person

About James Eling

James has been working in Small Business IT since 1999 and has grown Extreme Networks to a team of 20.  He is also a Certified Ethical Hacker with extensive experience in dealing with cyber incidents and assisting small businesses to decrease the risks that they are exposed to.

Extreme Networks is a partner with the Australian Cyber Security Centre and James is the host of the Cyber Security for Small Business Podcast, the largest cybersecurity podcast that focuses on small business cyber security.

An opportunity to mingle with other local business owners over light refreshments will also be on offer but numbers are strictly limited so register early for this really insightful session brought to you by the Frankston Business Collective.