– June 30th, 2022 –

How to Respond to Increased Cyber Threats Following the Ukraine Invasion

Understand the increased cyber threat, how to bolster your organisation's cybersecurity resilience and educate your team to prevent cyber incidents.



Webinar joint hosted by West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre who are supported by the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

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About the Event

Following the distressing news of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Lindy Cameron, CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has advised all UK organisations to bolster their cybersecurity resilience.

This is supported by joint advisory from UK, US, Canadian, New Zealand and Australian Cyber Security Authorities also provided immediate actions to protect all organisation's network.

But how does this translate to small and medium-sized businesses? What are the next steps?



Webinar Speakers

James Cash - Superfast IT

James Cash

Founder and Managing Director

Lead for cybersecurity at Superfast IT, James has 20 years of experience in IT and security for small and medium-sized businesses. James has been at the pinnacle in crafting and implementing cybersecurity packages for the 70-strong client base that spans Birmingham and the wider West Midlands and is an advocate for helping small businesses to stay safe in the digital world.

Michelle Ohren West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre

Michelle Ohren

Head of Cyber and Innovation at West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre (WMCRC) and Detective Inspector at West Midlands Police

Michelle has been in policing since 1996, and within CID since 1999, this has given her a wealth of experience in policing all different crime types over the years. She is the Deputy Senior Investigating Officer for the UK’s largest human trafficking investigation. Michelle became one of the West Midlands Police modern slavery advisors at a Force level, assisting officers across geographical and often regional boundaries.


Supported by the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre (WMCRC), during the webinar we will uncover:

  • What's happening, why there is a heightened cyber threat, and the relevance to UK businesses

  • Government advice from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to business leaders

  • Your business's next steps

  • What is Cyber Essentials and how it can protect your business

  • What to communicate to your employees to protect your business against a cyber threats

  • Access complimentary resources to educate your employees including an email template and informative poster.


Webinar programme

Key facts

We will provide business leaders with the information needed to be prepared, including an understand what’s happening, in a simplified, easy to understand format.

Be fully informed of the situation with an appreciation of the risks to your business and supply chain.


Key Facts

Advice and Next Steps

Uncover the practical and feasible steps every business can take to bolster their cyber security.


Next steps

Resources for employees

We will provide a number of resources to educate your workforce, and shape a ‘cyber resilience culture' in your business.

Most cyber-attacks originate from employees unknowingly downloading a malicious file in an email, or creating a weak password that’s easy for a hacker to guess. Your workforce provides an easy access ‘backdoor’ for hackers to enter your network and access your organisation’s private data.

Post COVID19, as remote working becomes a long-term solution, employees are even more vulnerable to cyber security attacks. 



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Contact katherine.garratt@superfast-it.com if you are having difficulties registering or for further information.

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