Cyber Security for Your Business
The digital safety of your business is important. Cyber attacks, data breaches and other malicious acts can cause significant damage to your business, customers and our wider community.
There are steps you can take to improve your business' cyber security.
Free online resources
- The Australian Cyber Security Centre has free information and guides to help you protect your small, medium or large business.
- You can contact the Service NSW Business Concierge service and request a one-on-one session for help with next steps to improve security for your business.
- The Australian Small Business Advisory Services' Digital Solutions program can provide broad advice specific to your business.
Cyber security step-by-step workshop
As part of NSW Government's Small Business Month in October 2023, we hosted a cybersecurity workshop, proudly funded by the NSW Government, to equip you with the tools to safely do business online.
You can view a recording of the session below.
Please note, the information provided in this video is a guide only, and is not considered personal or legal advice. You should seek independent, expert advice about what is suitable for your business.
The above session was presented with Australian Small Business Advisory Services. Please register online if you would like to request a one-on-one session through this service.
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