The Virtual Chapter is my vision brought to life, born from a passion of serving big-hearted entrepreneurs who want more from their business, without the long-ass days, tech headaches and overwhelm of trying to do it all themselves.
We’re now a thriving, award-winning team, supporting 6, multi 6 and 7 figure soulful entrepreneurs like you to build incredible & sustainable businesses.
I know when the topic of cyber security and hacking comes up it can be really easy to feel like this isn’t going to happen to you because you’re just a small fish and it has nothing to do with you.
And that’s why I want you to listen to this episode!
As a small business owner and CEO cyber security is absolutely relevant to you, and to discuss the importance of this I’m joined by Cyber Expert, Caitriona Forde.
Caitriona Forde is passionate about Cyber Security and its impact on small to medium-sized businesses. As a consultant, Caitriona educates organisations on Cyber Security. She is on a mission to educate businesses and the community at large to have a better understanding of the risk of cyberattacks.
With years of experience working with businesses of all sizes and across many industries, she has a strong understanding of operations and culture. She applies this knowledge when devising and implementing tech solutions, which need to complement and assist the business to maximize profitability and operational effectiveness.
Join us for this episode as we discuss:
and plenty more!
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