Join Our Cyber Security & Digital Finance Breakfast Buffet Seminar!
Join us for a breakfast buffet with inspiring talks!
We’d love Welsh businesses to join us, LHP Accountants, PureCyber and NFU Mutual for our breakfast buffet seminar at NFU, Haverfordwest.
Learn about the threat and costs of the rapid evolution of cyber technology to businesses today and the steps they can take to prevent attack. Discover how to handle digital finance compliance ahead of HMRC’s ‘Making Tax Digital’ to avoid potential penalties and how to benefit from online accounts automation, insight, and scalability.
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Further information below.
Cyber Security & Digital Finance for SMEs – July 5 Breakfast Buffet Seminar:
Tuesday 5 July 2022, 9:00am-11:00am
The President’s Room, Agriculture House, Winch Lane, Haverfordwest, SA61 1RW.
- Damon Rands, CEO at PureCyber Limited on Cyber Security, The Threat You Can’t Ignore
- Eloise Essig, Cert CII, Business Development Consultant NFU Mutual on Cyber Liability
- Sam Hart and Janet Collins, LHP Accountants on Making Tax Digital, Rules & Next Steps
Cyber Security, The Threat You Can’t Ignore
Damon Rands, CEO of Wolfberry Cyber Security
Damon Rands CEO of Wolfberry Cyber Security will explain how SME’s can be vulnerable due to the sensitive information they hold with potentially limited security layers in place to protect threat vectors. He will raise your awareness of cyber security and improve your knowledge, teaching you how to recognise threats and build a security infrastructure. Current trends in cyber security will be covered, particularly following developments due to rapid digitalisation over the last two years as a result of the pandemic.
Eloise Essig, Cert CII, Business Development Consultant NFU Mutual
Learn about Cyber Liability today and how to protect your business from losses such as data breaches, business interruption, cyber-crime ransom attacks and more, with an insightful talk from Eloise Essig, Business Development Consultant at NFU.
Making Tax Digital, The Rules and Next Steps
Janet Collins and Sam Hart, Director and Associate at LHP Accountants
Janet Collins and Sam Hart will give a joint talk on how to implement the right cloud software and necessary processes in light of Making Tax Digital HMRC compliance. In particular the fast-approaching MTD for income tax, affecting all self-employed, limited companies and sole traders turning over a minimum £10k per year, with potential penalties approaching for those that don’t comply by the April 2023 deadline.