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The Chamber strongly supports the progress in turning Cheltenham into the “cyber capital” of the UK. You can catch up on some of the most recent developments here:
The independent, Cheltenham-centric platform enables networking, innovation and collaboration for the cyber technology industry, with an aim to establish Cheltenham as the cyber hub of the UK.
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C11, University of Gloucestershire Cyber Security and Digital Innovation Centre Webinar
The next webinar will take place on Tuesday 5th October 12.30 to 1.30 via TEAMS.
It will feature Dr Asaad Moosa, Chief Information security Officer at BFBS (formerly British Forces Broadcasting Service discussing how industry can use automation and unique resourcing to meet current and future cyber attack threats.
You can find out more and register here
Further webinars are planned for
Tuesday 2nd November and Tuesday 7th December 2021
What about your own cyber security?
It is important that all businesses are aware of the threat. Crime incidents have tripled over the course of the pandemic, affecting businesses from tech giants to small local companies. To find out more about protecting your business from these very real threats, including gaining Cyber Essentials Plus certification, visit https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/
And if you need specialist help either in implementing your own cyber security or obtaining insurance, please check our member directory and search ‘cyber’ or ‘insurance’.
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