Agenda delivered a workshop at the University of Hull as part of the Humber Business Week.  to provide practical tips to improve business  resilience and covered theft, fraud, intellectual property, personal information loss, insiders and the problems with simply hiring illegal workers.

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The workshop was delivered by Dr Dionysios Demetis, Lecturer in Management Systems. Norman Mortell, Operational Director of Agenda Screening Services and Gordon Meldrum, Non –Executive Director of Agenda Screening Services  who has recently left his position as the Director of Intelligence at the National Crime Agency.

The meeting was well attended with over 40 local business and University delegates in attendance to hear the tips and advice on bridging the gap for understanding cybersecurity, risk management and the correct hiring and screening processes.

Agenda Security services will also be following up with the development of a Humber Business Resilience Forum which can provide a platform for training, review of case studies and the promotion of best practices.

If you are interested in attending, please contact

Agenda Security Services is a leading provider of background checks and pre-employment screening, providing you with the reassurance when taking on new employees.

For more information on the range of services that we provide, please contact our team on 08456 44 55 46.

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