News: Cyber Crime and Small Businesses

Posted on 8th March 2017

MSDC are following up their “Open 4 Business – Digital and You” show last October with some free follow up workshops on digital items of interest to small businesses. The first of these will be held on Wednesday 19th April, 2017 from 4pm – 6pm at the Council offices in Haywards Heath on the subject of “Understanding Cybercrime for Small Businesses – Ignorance is no Defence”.

Attendance at the workshop is free to small businesses based in Mid Sussex and is restricted to 20 attendee companies.  You can register here o4b.org.uk/workshops 

Demand is sure to be high, so companies who are interested should register as soon as possible.

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