#ESBAwebinars – Cybersecurity and SMEs: Assessing threats and increasing resilience
Monday, April 27th, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
On 27th of April 2020, from 10.00 until 11.30, the European Small Business Alliance, sponsored by Microsoft, organising the ESBA Webinar on
Cybersecurity and SMEs: Assessing threats and increasing resilience
Digital risk is one of the most significant yet underestimated threats facing SMEs in Europe. In the age of Big Data, online trading and market digitisation, no business can escape exposure to at least some form of digital risk. Businesses that suffer cybersecurity incidents face repercussions that range from negative financial outcomes to reputation damage.
The COVID-19 crisis, like any other unexpected global crisis, has given rise to new forms of cybercrime, to which SMEs are especially vulnerable. Addressing cyber threats and the needs for SMEs is more critical than ever before.
Our aim is that this webinar will accelerate the work of private and public sector actors to find solutions to protect SMEs from cybercrime and lessen its impact.
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This webinar set the legislative and policy context in which we are operating, assess the threats to and priority needs of SMEs; and identify possible solutions and tools to address the modern cybersecurity challenges, particularly in the light of COVID-19.
This webinar featured the following speakers:
To ensure the security of this webinar, the European Small Business Alliance has created a dedicated password that only invited and registered participants have access to. Only authenticated users can join this webinar, this will be ensured by authenticating your email address when registering. This webinar will also make use of the Security Options provided by Zoom, which will allow us to access essential in-meeting controls. To further ensure security and to avoid any breach, the link to the registration and to participate in the Zoom meeting has not been published in any social media platform and has been sent only to participants, and therefore we encourage all participants to avoid sharing it via social media platforms. For any inquiries please contact [email protected].