Webinar – Cyber Security for Small Biz


  • The shift to the cloud: how cloud technology is transforming how we do business.
  • Cyber threats over time: how cyber crime has evolved over the decades
  • Cyber security: building a framework to maximise cyber defence
  • Jam Cyber & NSEA: how Jam Cyber can support NSEA participants



Tue, Jul 16
12:00 PM – 12:45 PM  AEST
Online event
Cost – FREE




In this session, Markus Hugenschmidt from Jam Cyber, will share how cloud technology is transforming business operations, offering flexibility, scalability, and cost-efficiency.

You will have the opportunity to learn about the evolution of cyber crime, from early hacking to modern sophisticated threats, and how to help your NSEA participants to stay ahead of emerging risks.

Markus will focus on providing practical advice on building a cyber security framework, focusing on risk assessment, policy development, incident response, and continuous monitoring.

Overall, the session will show how Jam Cyber can support NSEA participants to enhance cyber security and ensure resilience in today’s, and tomorrow’s, digital landscape.



Markus is dedicated to creating people-focused cyber security solutions for SMEs across Australia.

With over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, Markus has grown his business from a one man start up to a nation-wide brand. In 2020, Markus identified there was a huge need to improve cyber security for his SME clients.

During this period, he decided to transition the business from an IT managed services firm to a cyber security focused service provider.

Today, Jam Cyber is protecting thousands of Australians with people focused cyber security.



To register for the free professional development session  CLICK HERE





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