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Addressing the IT and Cyber Security Skills Gap
Thursday 13th July 2017 at 7:30 am - 9:30 am| Free
Telford Information & Networking Breakfast for SMEs
“One thing that links SMEs to large organisations is they are equally at risk to cyber attack – no one is immune.” – Nick Wilding, General Manager, AXELOS
Find out about the threats of Cyber Crime to the SME and how the University of Wolverhampton can help you address your company’s knowledge and skills gaps. From projects in cyber security and IT to engineering and demand stimulation, the university can support you with qualified graduates, students and on going support from industry experts. Brief talks include:
- ‘Cyber Crime: the threat & how to protect your business’ – Gary Sirrell, West Midlands Regional Cyber Crime Unit
- ‘Addressing IT and Cyber Security Skills Gaps in Your Company’ – Stephen Garner, Principal Lecturer, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Wolverhampton
- ‘Fill your skills gap with a student or graduate’ – Emma Pearson, Knowledge Transfer Project Manager at the University of Wolverhampton
Whether your company is looking to address knowledge or skills gaps in cyber security & IT, develop and market new products, offer new services or improve the efficiency of internal systems, the University of Wolverhampton can help with a range of part-funded graduate and student programmes, fully supported by leading academics.
Join us in Telford at this informal breakfast networking event to find out how.