OxLEP’s Start Up Club – Data Protection

2nd February 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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This webinar is the next in the series for OxLEP’s Start Up Club.

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Simple Steps to Secure Customer and Client Data

There are risks to the confidential data you hold about clients, customers and about your own business, and the move to home-working has opened up that data to more threats.

If you suffer a data breach that can affect people reputationally or financially, however small, you need to report it to the ICO, which could result in fines and lasting damage to your organisation’s reputation.

The good news is that it is simpler and quicker than you might think to lock down Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and reduce your risk of a data breach.

In this workshop, Oxford-based CEO of Traced Benedict Jones talks frankly about:

Your data protection obligations
The impact of a data breach on small businesses
Which bits of your home-working set-up you need to secure
The Government’s Cyber Essentials certification
How to tick all the cybersecurity boxes
Ben will also be offering his own Cyber Essentials template that passed the criteria to attendees of the workshop, to help you apply the simple but effective recommendations when securing your and your employees’ work environments.

If you have any questions for Ben or want to know more before the workshop, feel free to reach out to him at ben@traced.app.

Please note you only need to complete the registration form once for access to all the sessions in the start up club.


2nd February 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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