SME Business Hub – How to prevent Cyber Attacks

SME Business Hub – How to prevent Cyber Attacks



Cyber attacks are almost impossible to predict but with sufficient prevention methods, their impact can be minimalised. From Wi-Fi hacking to Ransomware, cyber attacks come in all shapes and sizes. However, not all current cyber threats even contain a hacking or a virus. Social engineering is the latest way in to hit your company wallet and more and more ways into a computer are via the weakest link – the human.

In this free workshop, Jake Moore will discuss the free and easy tactics you can deploy to prevent yourself from that inevitable attack which could cost you your business. Jake not only focusses on the threats, but more importantly the positive steps you can take to help your business #cyberwins. If you want free advice, a positive actionable outlook on cyber risk and tips for your business then come along to this knowledge filled workshop.


Jake Moore has 8 years experience investigating computer crime for Dorset Police so he is well equipped to help prevent that next brand damaging headline. Jake will be aiming the content of this workshop at Small to Medium Sized businesses in the Dorset area.


Our aim is to enable Dorset businesses and the wider community to become more secure online.

Jake will be talking on behalf of the Dorset Cyber Alliance. The DCA is a group of business leaders, public service managers, academics, skilled professionals and interested citizens. The Alliance has strategic partnerships with our local councils in Poole and Bournemouth, the Dorset Growth HubDorset Police Cyber UnitBournemouth University Cyber Unit, and supported by Silicon South, the Dorset Engineering and Manufacturing ClusterLime ToolsCreatefulWessex Entrepreneurs and Electus Recruitment. Our Board and advisory group have access to international expertise as well as local knowledge of cyber security implementation.