2 Sep 2020  •  Podcasts, Covid-19  •  2min read By  • Practice Plan

Cybercrime post lockdown

Aemelia Wright talks to Tracy Pound as cyber criminals continue to seek to exploit human or security vulnerabilities in order to steal passwords, data or money directly.

Tracy shares her insights on the types of cybercrime at present, how to identify and protect yourself from this increasing problem.

What you’ll hear today:
  • Has the risk of cybercrime increased since COVID-19
  • Are there any particular scams that emerged during this time
  • How can people and businesses protect themselves from these
  • What are the key signs that can help identifying cybercrime
  • What action should victims take if they fall for a scam.
Who should listen:
  • All dental professionals.

*Recorded on 26th August 2020

About Tracy:

Tracy is managing director of Maximity Limited and was voted PCR’S Woman of the Year 2016 and one of the top 50 women in technology in 2014 and 2015. She was awarded CompTIA’s Member of the Year in March 2017 and is passionate about encouraging more girls and women to consider a career in technology.

Tracy has over 34 years’ experience working in tech and has successfully implemented business systems and training programmes across many different industries from service and professional sectors through to retail, education and manufacturing.

CompTIA is the Computing Technology Industry Association, and as part of CompTIA’s Education Faculty Tracy delivers training, webinars and talks for CompTIA members around the world. She founded Maximity in 2000 and co-founded Prizm Solutions, an insurance brokerage, with her husband in 2006. In 2015 Tracy joined the CompTIA Board of Directors, after previously being part of the UK Executive Council.

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