Conference to help people and businesses stay safe online
How to keep the Isle of Man safe in cyberspace will be the key theme for a major conference this autumn.
CyberIsle 2022 will take place on 19 October at the Comis Golf Club in Santon.
The conference, now in its fourth year, is being organised by the Island's Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance.
Speakers at the event will include cyber security experts from both public and private sectors.
Justice and Home Affairs Minister Jane Poole-Wilson said: “The world of cyber security is ever-evolving and I hope that this event will help people, businesses and charities to feel a little more secure and provide them with the tools and understanding to protect themselves digitally and respond to any issues.”
Spokesman Alan Chambers says cyber crime is a complex and growing problem but there are simple steps businesses, and individuals, can take to protect themselves:
You can apply for tickets to CyberIsle HERE. The event is free.