Future finance leaders cyber security breakfast

Date:
27 Feb 2018 08:00
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09:30

Address

Radius House, 51 Clarendon Road, Watford, Herts
On ​​Tuesday 27th February 2018 we will be holding the ​next in our series of our networking events for future finance leaders. 

Future finance leaders is a quarterly event which is held at our Watford office and is aimed at those working in finance and accounting such as financial controllers, finance managers and in-house accountants. Each offers a relaxed and informal environment to enjoy delicious ​food with an interesting and informative speaker, as well as an opportunity to network with your peers and make new contacts. ​

In the UK, 65% of large companies are targeted by hackers, and the average security breach costs a company £36.5k. It is therefore hugely important to understand how to protect your business from a cyber attack.

Join us for breakfast with Richard McBarnet, Managing Director of Lumina Technologies Ltd, who will share key learnings, insights and requirements company owners and directors need to ensure the safety of their IT infrastructure. With over 20 years of managed IT service provision, he is well placed to explain the who, why, what and how of cyber security.

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For more information please contact Kirsten Byers on 01923 634 252 or email kirsten.byers@hhllp.co.uk

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