Recent advances in information and communication technologies (ICT) have provided a significant opportunity for businesses to expand and broaden their client base more than ever before. However, the number of threats that can cause the downturn or loss in business has also increased.
According to the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s 2016 Cyber Security Survey, 90% of organisations experienced a cyber security breach or threat in the past year and with the recent outbreaks affecting well known organisations it shows that no organisation is immune.
Do you perform regular backups? How well are your computer systems maintained and updated? How do you rate your staff’s knowledge and skills to ensure they are not susceptible to clicking on malicious emails?
This free webinar will provide you with some practical advice and techniques to protect yourself, your staff and your business against cyber security threats. It also includes an opportunity for you to ask the presenter questions.
Tuesday, 29th May 2018 at 12pm.
Our Guest Presenter...
The webinar will be presented by Chris Jeffery from CyberGuru. Chris has an extensive technical and professional background, with experience in delivering business and ICT services to businesses, educational providers and not-for-profit organisations.
With a dedication to ongoing knowledge and skill development, Chris offers cutting edge solutions by considering their whole ICT environment along with their current and future needs. He enjoys working with clients to enable and empower them to get the most out of their technology.
Chris was appointed an Advance Queensland Community Digital Champion by the Queensland Government in recognition of his work in the community to educate people in staying safe online and his work with not-for-profits, allowing them to implement new technologies, access discounted software, and become more self-sufficient in maintaining their technology.
Chris holds degrees in Business and Information Systems and has numerous industry qualifications including Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Microsoft Certified Professional and is a Certified (Senior) Professional Member of the Australian Computer Society. He was also named Australian Computer Society Queensland Young ICT Professional of the Year in 2012 for his initiative and leadership in promoting and serving the ICT community in Queensland.
Chris is passionate about sharing his experience with others and mentoring future ICT professionals through his various roles in the higher education and vocational education and training sectors. Chris was also a Sessional Academic at Australian Catholic University, where he prepares and delivers face-to-face and online tutorials to undergraduate students studying Information Technology.