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Cyber Essentials Briefing

Cyber Essentials Breakfast Briefing – Friday 28th September 2018

Cyber Essentials Breakfast Briefing – Friday 28th September 2018

Gaining the Cyber Essentials certification is fast becoming a means for businesses to stand out from the competition.

It’s a badge that proves to your customers, prospects and suppliers that you take data security seriously and is helping companies to win business.

GDPR has focused business owners’ and IT Professionals’ minds over the past year. For some it’s been a challenge, for others it’s meant just a few changes to ensure compliance.


We say, let’s keep the spot light shining on data security and develop further the best practices that have been put in place. Cyber Essentials is the perfect next step.


Cyber Essentials is a Government-backed scheme that provides a basic framework of good cyber security practice.

Not only does Cyber Essentials protect your business from the threat of cybercrime, it can help you bid for and win business you might otherwise have missed out on.

At our next Breakfast Briefings, we’d like to invite you to find out what is involved in gaining Cyber Essentials certification and the benefits it can bring your business.

Date: 28th September

Time: Arrive 8am for pastries and coffee. Briefing starts at 8:30am and ends at 9.30am


Venue: Hosted by our friends at Morrisons Solicitors at their smart new offices in Redhill.

Prospero, 3rd Floor, 73 London Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1LQ
Details for parking can be found here.

To reserve your place on 28th September 2018 – click here and complete the form

Find out how the Cyber Essentials Certificate was instrumental in helping a payroll provider win a large contract with a PLC,Read more….

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