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As we all start to rebuild our businesses again, with fingers crossed that there will not be any further lockdowns that affect our industry in 2021, I wanted to alert our Members to the subject of cybersecurity and how you can think about protecting your business next year.
I know that Cybersecurity is not a “sexy” subject for many of us, and it can be difficult to understand how we should approach protecting ourselves from potential threats posed by hackers. However, following several emails that I have received from high profile companies in our industry this year who have experienced data breaches, where my details have been compromised, I thought it was time to explore this subject.
Whether you’re a part-time practitioner or multi-site clinic you will be processing client details that can contain sensitive financial and medical information alongside personal photographs.
And, believe it or not, these have value for hackers who can monetise this data in different ways, alongside causing you a huge headache and embarrassment if you have to inform your customers about loss of their personal information.
In this webinar, I interview Stav Pischits and Sonny Sehgal, two cybersecurity professionals from Cynance, https://www.cynance.co/ who have experience of working in the aesthetic and healthcare sectors.
We discuss who wants to access our client information, and for what gain; the common ways that practitioners and business owners get hacked; GDPR implications, and how cybersecurity professionals can help small business owners to improve the security of their data.
If you’re concerned about the security of data for your business, I would recommend that you have a chat with Sonny or Stav to discuss this in more detail: https://www.cynance.co/contact-us/