How NOT to Get Your Business Hacked

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aizoOn Group (Level 5)

55 Lime Street · Sydney

How to find us

Take the lift to level 5 and turn right

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Do you run a small business or a not for profit organisation? Are you worried of your organisation getting hacked?

This seminar is for you!

We will cover:
x How can you protect your organisation from BEC (Business Email Compromise) fraud and payment redirection fraud?
x How you should store and transfer identity documents for the 100 points checks
x Antivirus products. Do I need one? Which product to choose?
x Phishing: How does it affect me and what I can do?
x Backups: What should I do never to lose an important file again (leaving employees, lost computer, ransomware)?
x Poor cybersecurity practices
x Good cybersecurity hygiene
x Prudent data disposal practices
x What you should do when you get involved in a data breach?

We will have an extensive Q&A session in which you can ask our cybersecurity experts anything. There is no such thing as a stupid question, only stupid answers.

Speakers:
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Nicholas Kavadias
Jeremiah Cruz
Gabor Szathmari

Jeremiah Cruz is a Networking Associate and UTS Graduate. He helps kids learn to code and communicates complex ideas through stories and practical lessons building what he most loves: Games.

Nick Kavadias is a technology and legal expert with over 20 years of industry experience working in industries including telecommunications, banking, retail and healthcare. He has worked in a variety of technical areas including business analytics, information security and software development. He is also admitted as a solicitor in New South Wales.

Gabor Szathmari is a cybersecurity expert with over ten years experience, having worked in both private and public sectors. He has helped numerous big-name clients with data breach investigations and security incident management. In his professional life, Gabor helps businesses, including many small and mid-size legal practices improve their cybersecurity. He is also the president of CryptoAUSTRALIA, the leading authority promoting a society where all Australians can learn to defend their privacy.

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A big thanks goes to Federico Cornagliotto and aizoOn Group for hosting this event.