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Thames Valley Cyber Crime Online Forum

Alert message sent 01/11/2018 14:34:00

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If your bank declares a security breach, do you know what actions you should take?

Are you confident that your business is protected from cyber-attacks?

Do you know how to spot a scam email?

Can you be sure that your Wi-Fi network is secure?

If you’ve hesitated on any of these questions, then make sure you join us online for the Thames Valley Cyber Crime Forum next week.

From 7pm-9pm on Thursday 8 November, we will be teaming up with a number of partner agencies to answer your questions and offer advice on protecting yourself online and how to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of cyber crime.

You can join us on the evening by visiting 
You can also use this link in advance to set yourself an email reminder for the online Q&A session.

The panel of experts for the evening will be:
•    Mark Godsland, Cyber Protect Officer, Thames Valley Police
•    Aldo Simone, Community Engagement, Trading Standards
•    Sarah Thompson, Community Banker, Natwest
•    Hannah Tomlin, Community Safety Officer, Chiltern and South Bucks District Council
•    Rachel Robinson, Community Safety Officer, Aylesbury Vale District Council
•    Gemma Brooks, Community Safety Officer, Wycombe District Council
•    Faye Blunstone, Community Safety Manager, Buckinghamshire County Council

Join us between 7-9pm on Thursday 8 November by visiting
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Mel Reedman (Police, Communications Officer, Thames Valley)

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