Digital security without the overwhelm

Hacking this, cybercrime that… I get it, you want to get your work done quickly, and efficiently, with little talk of security. 

The trouble is if you don’t sit up and pay some attention to security, things could get an awful lot more complicated very quickly. 

Self-employed business owners are targeted by online fraudsters because they’re easy targets and they’re underprepared.

Unfortunately, the fraudsters are earning good money from us.

If you are a self-employed business owner there are improvements you can make to your business security.

I offer a plain-talking digital security programme for non-techy self-employed business owners. During this, I guide you through an audit of your digital tech, help you close off the ‘easy routes in’, and develop your security awareness.

What’s more, I wrote the programme for the over 40’s, the generations that remember life before the internet.

For clarity this doesn’t mean it is slow-paced or patronising; just that you will recognise most of the words used and the tone is on your wavelength. 

Interested? Want to find out more?

My next workshop called Digital Security for Self-employed Business Owners is currently being scheduled and my email subscribers will be the first to get the details.

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