Is Your Business Vulnerable to Being Hacked or Scammed?

  • May 10th, 2022 at 10:49 am

Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) make up 99% of all Australian businesses and employ about half of the overall workforce in Australia.

Unfortunately, too many Australian SMEs have a low level of awareness and ability when it comes to cyber security, making them an easy target for cybercriminals. According to the Australian Cyber Security Centre:

  • 62% of SMEs have been the victim of cybercrime
  • 1 in 5 SMEs don’t know what the term “phishing” means
  • Almost half of SMEs rated their cyber security understanding as average or below average and had poor cyber security practices

Through the Cyber123 for SMEs program, CyberCX is working with small to medium sized businesses across Australia, to improve the cyber skills of SMEs and their employees.

Cyber123 for SMEs will provide you with relevant, easy to understand information and tools to protect your business from very real cyber threats. Built with the time poor business owner in mind, the program will include on-demand training available online.

Training materials will be tailored to SMEs across a wide range of industries and personnel roles, from the shopfront to the boardroom to the warehouse – and beyond. Everyone involved in helping run a business has a role to play in helping the business stay cyber secure.

Don’t miss out – there is a limited number of free places for Australian business with fewer than 200 employees to register for the pilot program, available now.

You will also receive a free Canvas planner, eBook guide and online learning access when you sign up.

Register your details at www.cyber123.com.au

Register and book your attendance for the free webinar at https://cybercx.com.au/cyber123/webinars/