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Cyber Resilience Insurance Project: Building Resilience in Wales

Is your business cyber secure? Cyber risk has been identified as one of the largest risks to commercial entities worldwide.

Funded by the Research Wales Innovation Fund, the primary aim of the Cyber Resilience Insurance Project by Swansea University is to evaluate the effectiveness of cyber risk insurance as a risk management tool for Welsh small and medium sized businesses (SMEs).

Many businesses feel they are too small to present an attractive target to a cyber-criminal. Unfortunately, this approach can make them prime targets.

Your business may be at risk of a cyber-attack if you engage in any one of the following basic business activities:

  • Use email
  • Hold customer data
  • Have a website
  • Take online payments

Cyber-awareness events and training will be held across Wales to evaluate  how SMEs can best protect themselves against cyber risks.

These events will give you essential information that could prove vital in protecting your business from cyber-risk. Experts will offer simple yet effective advice on staying secure, with opportunities to discuss the best approach for your business with emphasis on protection and cyber risk insurance.

The next event takes place on 15 February 2023 in Wrexham, for further information and to book your place please select the following link Cyber Risk: Building Resilience in Wales Tickets, Wed 15 Feb 2023 at 12:00 | Eventbrite

For further information on the project please select the following link Cyber Risks Insurance: Building Resilience in Wales - Swansea University

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