Digital Literacy & Cyber Security 101 Digital Workshop

9:00am Tuesday, 16 June 2020
12:00pm Tuesday, 16 June 2020
Small Group
Digital Workshop
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We'd like to invite you to tune in to the Digital Literacy & Cyber Security 101 digital workshop with Harvey Norman, our local leading retailers for software and hardware IT solutions who will be hosting presentations from Microsoft and Trend Micro on Tuesday, 16 June.

Today more than ever, it is important to conduct regular 'health checks' across all areas of your business. We encourage you and your personnel to stay well connected and take the time to invest in upskilling opportunities and jump at the chance to refresh and improve business management skills, whether it be attending a short webinar or a detailed industry-to-industry learning experience.

This particular three-hour digital workshop, delivered via Microsoft Teams, aims to help participants better understand the risks businesses encounter when operating online and in the digital space.

Every business owner, CEO or manager has a different idea of essential cyber risk and management. It could be important to focus on improving the workforce digital literacy or safeguarding the business by enforcing different measures to manage cyber and data security. It doesn’t matter what type of business you are involved in but as an owner, manager or team leader it is essential to keep up-to-date with constant digital evolution.

This workshop will give you the expertise to enable you to build the digital capability of your workforce and become a cyber-resilient business.  

This is a free event, please register your interest by emailing [email protected] if you'd like to attend.

For more information please contact Industry Engagement Manager, Jade Hauser on 0439 256 099.

TSBE Food Leaders Australia is proud to have entered into a partnership with TAFE Queensland and as part of this new initiative, we are wanting to work with all the TSBE members and food and agricultural communities to understand the shortages in industry skills and what are the future industry learning and upskilling needs.

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