Exeter MP, Ben Bradshaw, has shown his support of our week-long programme of events highlighting the importance of cyber security and congratulated us on bringing this important matter to the attention of the business community.
Unfortunately, Mr Bradshaw is unable to attend Cyber Security Awareness Week due to his parliamentary commitments. However, he was pleased to demonstrate his support of the event in a video message to us.
Mr Bradshaw spoke of the growing awareness about the importance of cyber security, not just in terms of protecting individual businesses but also safeguarding Britain’s national security and infrastructure.
“I’m delighted that the Exeter Business community has come together to organise this Cyber Security Awareness Week,” he said. “I’m very proud not only that Exeter is a vibrant, go-ahead city but that you are already thinking about these sorts of challenges that could make or break our businesses if precautions aren’t taken to help defend ourselves from these threats.”
Cyber Security Awareness Week runs from Feb 6 to Feb 10 in venues around Exeter, offering free workshops and information briefings on all aspects of cyber security, including technical solutions, advice on insurance, banking, intellectual property and PR recovery, all tailored to the needs of the business community. Sessions will be free to attend and every delegate will be offered one TB of secure cloud storage.
There are a limited number of places and sessions are filling up fast. To book your place click here.