Webinar recording now available: Protecting the South West tourism sector from cyber crime

Last year, 46% of businesses were subject of cyber attack, and the average cost to small businesses losing money was over £3,100. But ‘cyber’ can often feel like a difficult and technical threat, out of reach for non-experts.


We recently held a webinar with the South West Tourism Alliance and South West Business Council that was targeted at SMEs in the South West tourism sector.


The webinar covered:

  • What does cyber crime look like, and what do you need to watch out for?

  • What is its impact?

  • What simple things can you do to avoid it?

You can watch the webinar back here:


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