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Cybersecurity for small business

April 13 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important for all small business owners.
This webinar will help you identify critical steps to ensure your business is armed
against any future cyber attacks.

We will also examine the importance of staff training and your responsibilities to your customers online.

1. Understanding the value of using and managing unique passwords.
2. How to spot a phishing email scam
3. How to keep your computer system up-to-date

1. Developing and implementing a password management strategy.
2. Implement a scam email strategy and process.
3. Maintain an up-to-date computer system.

About the Presenter: Colin Taggart
Colin is an online media specialist and a marketing and communications professional who has started, managed and successfully sold advertising agencies and technology companies in Europe.
He has extensive public relations experience liaising with local and national media on behalf of clients.
Colin has proven expertise in launching new businesses and developing branding, marketing plans, websites, social media, and e-commerce strategies.
For many years he was the publisher of the Wagga Wagga City Council Official Visitors Guide and worked with Riverina Regional Tourism, publishing The Riverina Holiday Guide.
He has also delivered services to businesses as a digital advisor for the ASBAS Digital Solutions program.
Colin has a profound understanding of the hospitality and tourism sector.
He has strong links within the Wagga business community as a former board member of the Wagga Business Chamber, the Business Enterprise Centre, and the Riverine Club.
He has extensive public relations experience liaising with local and national media on behalf of clients.
He publishes magazines and websites for RAAF Base Wagga and Army Recruit Training Centre, Kapooka, to welcome families and personnel to Wagga.

About the Host: Alan Pomering
Alan’s experience in small business has involved running a media firm for over two decades, providing freelance editorial copy and photography content to a wide range of consumer and trade publications, locally and internationally, providing public relations support for small tourism businesses, producing a regional restaurant guide and a travel newsletter that travel agencies distributed throughout Australia, and providing corporate training in customer service.
Alan offers management, consulting, and business advisory experience, having worked at a senior level in adult education and advising a range of companies, including accounting and legal practices, golf clubs, and wineries on topics from marketing to sustainability.
Formal qualifications in business include a bachelor’s degree in economics, an MBA with a specialisation in marketing, and a doctorate in marketing.
Also, qualified in education, teaching English to non-English speakers, and webpage design (Certified Internet Webmaster).


This Business Connect event is funded by the NSW Government


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02 6297 3121
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