Protecting business from cyber-crime high on the agenda at Humber Business Week 2017


It’s estimated that around 75 per cent of small and medium-sized enterprises in Yorkshire have been attacked by cyber criminals, with an average cost to the business of £65,000 to £115,000... and yours could be the next target!

So with that in mind, and the global cyber-attack which saw computers at hospitals and GPs surgeries across the UK amongst tens of thousands hit in almost 100 countries demonstrating that even the biggest of organisations can become victims, it is timely that Humber Business Week 2017 comes along and offers some of the very best knowledge, up-to-date information and expert speakers.

Delegates attending this year have a number of events to choose from in which cyber-crime will be the focus, examining modern security threats and what businesses need to do to protect against them.

Do you know your organisation’s weakest cyber defence spots? 

Does your business have a cyber security plan?

How can you stay a step ahead of the hackers?

Events are being run by the Humber Business Resilience Forum, HBP Systems, and Natwest – book your place today – and end Humber Business Week better prepared to prevent the cyber threat to your business.

Gary Pepper