Posted on 4th July 2017
Please read the plan outlined below and email email@example.com if you are interested in participating in this cyber workshop scheme. The next one, this month, is planned for the King’s Centre in Burgess Hill
My plan is to hold a series of Cyber Workshops in and around Sussex, in and around business and industrial parks where there are several businesses. If one business in each business park had a board room style room in which to host the Worskshop, we would come along and give the Cyber Awareness training course/workshop. We charge £80 ex VAT per delegate and if we can get 10 or more attending, the host gets two places for free.
We have given this half day workshop to organisations who have had a cyber-attack as well as ones who are just making sure they are better prepared. The course has gone down well so far and we are hoping to secure an IISP (Institute of Information Security Professionals) Accredited Course status for it shortly.
|Alastair Murray Director|
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