Aesthetic business support company SJ Partnership has welcomed retired detective superintendent Kenny Thomson to provide anti-fraud training.
According to the company, Thomson is a consultant in cyber crime and fraud, so will be able to provide SJ Partnership clients with expertise on protecting businesses against cyber attacks and fraud attempts.
Managing director Sue Thomson said, “We are thrilled to welcome Kenny Thomson to the SJ Partnership family. His profound knowledge and experience in cyber crime and fraud bring an exciting dimension to our business resilience team. As we navigate the intricate challenges of the digital age, Thomson's insights will be instrumental in ensuring our clients within the medical aesthetics industry are informed and better-equipped to protect their valuable assets.”
Training is available now either on a one-on-one, enquiry-based basis, or in a team-learning format.