Yorkshire security specialists, Equilibrium Risk are to discuss the vast range of cyber security concerns faced by companies at the monthly Business Forum, organised by the Mid-Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce. The event will take place on the 23rd of June at the Old Golf House Hotel on New Hey Road in Huddersfield. You can book your place here.
Cyber-attacks on various types of businesses are becoming more and more common. With cyber hacking comes the risk of the loss of data and customer dissatisfaction, which puts companies at risk of significant losses.
At the forum Equilibrium Risk’s directors Luke Appleby and Jason Donaldson, along with their cyber security specialist Stefan Garczynski, will address these issues, as well as present solutions for businesses, taking into account the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Chamber of Commerce Head of Policy, Steven Leigh commented: “We’re very pleased that experts from Chamber Member Company Equilibrium Risk will be speaking at our June Kirklees Business Forum on Cyber Security. Data Security and the increasing risks to Businesses of Cyber Attack are of particular relevance at this time, and there is no doubt that the Business Forum will generate a lot of interest and prove to be extremely useful to everyone in attendance.”
The forums bring together Kirklees businesses providing an excellent opportunity for networking and learning. The Chamber invites top speakers to make presentations, and these are followed by a Question and Answer session at which the interchange of knowledge and ideas provides an excellent opportunity for Chamber Members to have their say and potentially influence future policy decisions.
Stefan Garczynski of Equilibrium Risk said: “I’m very excited about the forum. I look forward to conveying my knowledge on cyber security to neighbouring businesses, and I believe the attendees will greatly benefit from the insights I have to share.”
Jason Donaldson of Equilibrium Risk added: “I’m looking forward to meeting with fellow Chamber Members, and helping them understand the implications the upcoming GDPR act can have on their business. I believe all in attendance will benefit and learn how to secure their business from various types of threats.