Cyber-attacks are becoming increasingly common and pose one of the major risks that a business can face these days. With an increase in the number and frequency of attacks on small businesses, cyber-attacks are now a serious issue for businesses of all sizes and failure to report data breaches may result in serious consequences.
Charles Sturt University is the first regional University to join the NSW Cyber Security Network. Through joining, Charles Sturt University is looking to facilitate the growth of cyber-capability in regional NSW by collaborating with the local industry and businesses.
Come along to a free information session to learn more about cyber security, the threats facing small to medium enterprises and how to protect your business!
Date: Tuesday 16 July 2019
Time: 6:00pm start
Venue: Agritech Incubator, Carpark 11, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga Campus, NSW, 2678
Who can attend: All local businesses that meet the following criteria are welcome :
An ABN evidencing their NSW location
Less than 200 employees
Turnover of less than AUD$30 million per annum
For more information, please contact: Cyber Security Lead - Tanveer Zia PhD Associate Professor in Computing
Phone: 02 69332024
This information session is part of the NSW Cyber Security Network's Cyber Vouchers Program. The Cyber Vouchers program encourages eligible Small to Medium Enterprises to collaborate with NSWCSN partner universities. Eligible SMEs can also utilise this program to:
Authenticate or validate technical capabilities of a current infrastructure or technology
Access technical assistance
Fund design activities such as software development
Conduct an early phase research project in collaboration with a NSWCSN University member