January CSIPC Networking Event (Data Breaches)
January 29 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 amFree
The CSIPC is a Public and Private Sector partnership aimed at increasing the resilience of businesses in the Tees Valley to common cyber-attacks, helping to reduce the likelihood of business becoming victims of these crimes. The cluster, for the Tees Valley and wider region, has been formed to support its members by communicating national and international cyber security and information protection initiatives.
We provide a networking platform to share ideas and best security practice within the region, and encourage collaboration and the identification of partnership opportunities, to enable SME’s in the region to find new ways to grow and be secure in this ever evolving digital age. Membership to the cluster is free of charge and we hold monthly networking and knowledge sharing events which are free to attend.
NTE is a Managed Service Provider locally based in Sunderland, specialising in high-speed and secure connectivity, communications and cloud technology. We typically work with business owners and managers to make their business better through the use of technology. Our clients describe complex challenges and are often overwhelmed by choices and jargon. We provide clear advice and simple, robust solutions – delivering efficiency savings and improved user experience across the board.
Steve Hood, Client Services Manager from NTE has a mission to unravel the often complex world of technology through the delivery of simple services. Why? So businesses are better equipped to tackle technology challenges securely, cost-effectively and with confidence. Disgruntled at being spoon-fed solutions that bear no relevance to their business outcomes, Steve engages clients to discover how they can translate their requirements into easy-to-consume services.
Chris Pinder Business Development Manager, IASME Consortium. Chris has over 20 years of experience across the holistic security sector and is currently the Business Development Manager with the IASME Consortium. As one of the original Accreditation Bodies contracted by Government to deliver their flagship Cyber Essentials Scheme, IASME has encouraged businesses of all sizes and all sectors to implement basic, yet effective, cyber security measures to protect against this 21st century threat to businesses.