Cyber Security Event Registration

77% of Australian CISOs say their organisation is unprepared to detect, deter and recover from a cyber-attack

Yet despite 38% of Australian businesses experiencing a cyber breach in 2021, only 20% of SMEs and 35-70% of larger businesses have standalone cyber insurance.

What do the numbers look like when an Australian business is hit by a cyber attack?

  • Backups were the #1 method used for restoring data 70% whose data was encrypted used this approach
  • Australian organisations took on average one month to recover from the attack
  • 88% per cent of organisations said the attack had impacted their ability to operate
  • 86% reported the ransomware attack caused their organisation to lose business/revenue

With this in mind, Colton Computer Technologies and Arcserve are partnering up to deliver two 2022 Cybersecurity Threat Landscape events.

Join other local business owners and IT managers to hear from our guest speakers, and have the opportunity to learn and network over a drink.

What we’ll cover:

  • Cyber security landscape

    • What’s going on in cyber land and why it’s important
  • Corporate risk management

    • What does your business continuity plan look like? Can you recover, or continue to operate, if you’re hit by natural disaster or cyber event?
  • Cyber insurance industry changes
  • Maximising tax benefits + small business tax incentives

    • How you can ensure you’re protected without having to come close to blowing the budget
  • Business leadership challenges

    • Staff training and ongoing awareness of employees cyber security responsibilities

Orange Event

  • The Oriana, Peacock Room

  • Friday 10th June 2pm-4pm

  • Includes drinks and canapes

Bathurst Event

  • Keystone, 99 Keppel Street, Bathurst
  • Friday 17th June 3pm-5pm

  • Includes drinks and canapes

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