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As a small businesses owner, you know that cyber risk is a business-critical issue and that a cyber incident could easily lead to the collapse of your business. However, you may not know where to begin to address the problem. Perhaps you feel overwhelmed with technological complexity and the scale of the cybercriminal threat that your business faces. You may well be constrained by insufficient time and resources to focus on this issue. However, lack of understanding of this complex and ever changing area could be your most limiting factor because it's hard to manage a risk that you do not understand.
But it does not need to be this way! The good news is that your small business can improve its cybersecurity and improve its cyber risk rating by adopting an approach to managing cyber risk that's right for your business. You just need to make a start.
Surviving Cyber provides online education courses and coaching in non technical language that helps the owners and managers of small businesses get peace of mind from cyber risk. The courses and coaching are particularly relevant to businesses that operate to high professional standards but may be struggling to get to grips with cyber risk.
As the owner or manager of a small businesses, ask yourself the following questions:
If you have answered 'YES' to any of these questions
Surviving Cyber can help you!
Hi, I'm John Byrne, Founder of Surviving Cyber where I help small business
owners who want to be empowered to manage their cyber risk. I am an
entrepreneur, a Chartered Certified Accountant, an insurance professional and
an ex-banker. I spent the first 28 years of my
career in corporate roles with international banking and insurance groups as a
specialist in financial risk assessment. My second career during the last 15
years has been as an entrepreneur, during which time I co-founded an insurance
underwriting business at Lloyd's of London, where I was Chief Risk Officer. I
am currently a co-founder of a start-up InsurTech firm focused on cyber risk.
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There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be.
Robert Mueller - FBI Director, USA - March 2012