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Cyber Incidents – 'When Things Fall Apart' - "1HR complimentary CPD" May 7th.


On May 7th, Comsure is hosting a transformative event that delves into the world of cyber incidents. This is your chance to gain invaluable insights into handling crises effectively when they strike.

Best of all, it's free!

This one-hour session is packed with expert knowledge, strategies, and real-world applications that will empower you to protect your digital landscape.

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  • Anthony is a highly respected figure in the cybersecurity industry, currently serving as the CEO of Defence Logic. Anthony holds the esteemed ISO 27001 Lead Implementer designation, showcasing his expertise in implementing and maintaining robust information security management systems. Additionally, as a certified Project Management Professional, he demonstrates his proficiency in successfully overseeing complex projects. Anthony's reputation as an expert is further reinforced by his extensive experience as a sought-after speaker on cybersecurity, consistently delivering insightful and engaging presentations.

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