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Wymondham firm launches cyber security foundations course for small businesses

Darren Chapman, founder of cyber security consultancy company CyberScale. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

Darren Chapman, founder of cyber security consultancy company CyberScale. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

A cyber services firm in Norfolk is helping small and micro businesses get to grips with cyber security.

CyberScale, based in Wymondham, is launching a new programme to help smaller businesses gain an insight into cyber security and how to reduce their risks.

The six-month cyber security foundations course includes monthly face-to-face workshops, individual action planning, advice through video conferencing and updates on the latest threats.

Founder of CyberScale Darren Chapman said small and micro businesses often struggle to deal with cyber security breaches without the resources of larger firms.

He said: “An effective cyber security strategy isn’t just about IT, it is far more than that, including your people, processes and preparations.”

The first two programmes will start in late August – a morning sessions course at Norfolk Chamber of Commerce in Norwich and a lunchtime sessions course at SugarBeat Eating House in Swainsthorpe.


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