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CSG Cyber Security Threats 

Hensol Castle on Wednesday 22nd May, 10am-1pm –  Sign up today

CSG are hosting a limited-seat Cyber Security event where you will learn about the latest cyber security threats helping strengthen your security structure and learn how to simplify protecting your business from cyber criminals.  

Join us on Wednesday 22nd May at Hensol Castle, Castle Park, Hensol, Pontyclun at 10am – 1pm (parking available on site, please use the postcode CF72 8JX, then follow the highway directional signs to Hensol Castle). 

CSG are trusted Microsoft Solutions Designation, Sophos Gold Partners, Datto Gold Partners and Acronis Gold certified partner. We work with over 400 SMEs & Enterprise businesses, helping our clients with a range of managed and cyber security services.  

While cyberattacks on large companies and government agencies get most of the news coverage, SMB organisations are generally more vulnerable to cybercriminals and suffer more proportionally from the results of cyberattacks. 

A lack of experienced security operations staff, underinvestment in cybersecurity, and smaller technology budgets overall are contributing factors to this level of vulnerability. And when they are hit by cyberattacks, the expense of recovery may even force many small businesses to close. 

This event will help you gain that extra knowledge you need to gauge where your organisations security posture is currently and any improvements that may be needed. Learn directly from the experts and the event will cover; 

  • Cyber Security as a Crime – Police Cyber Crime Unit  
  • Threat Landscape, MDR (Managed Detection Response) – Sophos  
  • Threat of Ransomware around backups – Acronis 
  • Cyber Essentials Framework – CSG  

The Cyber Security Threats event offers an all-round insight to the technology fighting cybercrime and to gain a further insight on how the police is tackling cybercrime against Welsh businesses. 

“There is no organisation too small to be subject to a cyber breach. It’s now more important than ever that your business and staff are practising good cyber security hygiene.” – Matthew Bater, Managing Director at CSG. 

Our event has limited seats, so please sign up today or RVSP your space by emailing today. 

For any press queries, questions or further information about our event, please contact:, Eve Oliver, Marketing Manager. 

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