Guarding Australia's SMBs against Cyber attacks

11:00am to 11:45am, Tuesday 30 August 2022

In this current political climate, your business can't afford to be unprotected against cyber attacks.

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Whether you see in it the headlines or not,  70% of SMB’s have suffered a cyberattack, with 60% of those affected being out of business within six months.*

Your small business is an attractive target, especially with minimal cybersecurity resources. In this current political climate, you can’t afford to be unprotected.

Hear from Graeme Pyper, leading ANZ’s BlackBerry Cybersecurity team to learn how can:

  • Leverage Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to optimise your cyber defence strategy.
  • Reduce alert fatigue and lower TCO.
  • Implement the right tools, frameworks and people suited to your business to prevent security breaches and data loss.
Graeme Pyper

Graeme Pyper

Managing Director ANZ & Head of Asia Partners | BlackBerry Australia

Graeme leads a team of sales and technical experts delivering market-leading portfolios of cybersecurity solutions, support and training to foster growth and success. Graeme has over 25 years' experience in workplace mobility, data security and operational resiliency.

Jamie Petschy

Jamie Petschy

Employment Facilitator – Local Jobs Program | My Business

Jamie is passionate about realising the potential of the currently available workforce in the Western Sydney region. Jamie assists businesses to access government supports to help grow their workforce and looks to utilise existing community frameworks for maximum impact.

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