Protect your Business and Money from Hackers with Alastair MacGibbon

Do you run your own business or know a friend or family member who does? Have you been hacked or know someone who has?

Every business is at risk of cybercrime.

The Northern Territory Government is encouraging business owners to attend the October Business Month’s FREE cyber security information session.

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  • Event: Cybercrime surge - protect your business and money from hackers
    Date: Monday 25 October
    Time: 5pm to 6pm
    Venue: Doubletree by Hilton
    Cost: FREE

Attend to hear from one of Australia’s leading cyber experts Alastair MacGibbon, Chief Strategy Officer, CyberCX, former head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre and national expert on cybercrime and preventing cyberattacks. Alastair will outline the evolution of ransomware and cybercrime, how you can best manage cyber risk and protect your business.

Ransomware and data extortion attacks can be devastating to a business – locking up your devices and files and shutting down your ability to operate.

Business email compromise can involve impersonated emails and fraudulent invoices to divert business payments to cybercriminals.

Alastair has held a number of senior leadership roles in both the public and private sector including; head of eBay’s Asia Pacific Trust and Safety operations, 15 years in the Australian Federal Police where he helped establish the high-tech crime centre,  and as special adviser to the Prime Minister on cyber security while serving as Australia’s inaugural eSafety commissioner.

Alastair recently appeared on Channel 10’s The Project and ABC’s Q&A program discussing scams and misinformation.

If you want to know more about how to protect your business from hackers register now via obm.nt.gov.au