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Join our webinar on 21st December – also known as the ‘shortest day’ of the year for the UK. If your business got attacked by cyber criminals your business life could be very short too!

That’s why you need to have a Cyber Incident Response Plan so you know what to do and who to involve if you suffer a cyber attack.

Why you should attend

  1. People panic when an attack occurs.  This delays action, will cost money and puts your firm at risk.  Having a plan ensures immediate action.
  2. Reacting slowly puts your data at risk, can result in fines by regulators like the Information Commissioner’s Office or lost clients.
  3. UK data protection laws and GDPR state you should have a response plan
  4. Most insurance companies now require you have Cyber Incident Response Plan.

What you get out of it

  • We will show you how to put a plan together, detailing each step and we’ll answer your questions about it.
  • We’ll explain who should be involved or notified if you suffer a cyber incident and what they need to do.

Cyber Attacks can close businesses: it could happen to you!

  • The Works shut shops temporarily and suspended new stock deliveries after a breach.
  • A £3.1m ransom was paid to cyber criminals for taking Colonial Pipeline offline.
  • JBS, the world’s largest meat processing company paid criminals £7.8m
  • Travelex collapsed into administration 7 months after being crippled by ransomware
  • The Heritage Company laid off 300 staff before Christmas after a catastrophic cyber attack


Bruce Penson, Managing Director, Pro Drive IT

Bruce Penson and Pro Drive IT love helping people use tech to do business better. Bruce is a cyber security presenter with many years’ experience in the IT sector, especially with Professional Services, Financial Services, Legal and Energy industries.

Don’t miss this opportunity to prepare your Cyber Incident Response Plan and learn what to do in the event of an attack.