businesses invited to free webinar to secure digital supply chains

Birmingham-based technology and communications company, Intercity, and cybersecurity specialist, CyGlass, are teaming up to host a webinar exploring how businesses can secure their digital supply chains without breaking the bank on Wednesday 30th November, 10 am – 11 am.

In this webinar, Phil Bindley, Managing Director of Cloud & Security at Intercity, and Matt Taylor, Chief Revenue Officer at CyGlass, will be exploring the risks and threats to digital supply chains and four lessons on how to affordably upgrade your cybersecurity hygiene to meet digital ecosystem compliance requirements.

With organisations now required to show proof of strong cybersecurity hygiene to maintain business-critical operations and participate in partner supply chains – and businesses grappling with the cost-of-living crisis – the webinar will provide valuable advice to businesses on how to reduce vulnerability and threat risks at a low cost.

Phil Bindley, Managing Director of Cloud & Security at Intercity, said: “With the current economic climate, many companies are looking to make cost savings across all areas. However, neglecting your security can have repercussions by putting your business and digital supply chain in a vulnerable position for cybercriminals to exploit.

“The webinar is an exciting opportunity for us to work with CyGlass to educate businesses on detecting potential threats and combat cyberattacks, easing the strain on IT teams.”

Places are limited. Those interested in attending can register by visiting here.

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