The recent Capital One and municipal data breaches should be a wake up call for small/mid-sized business (SMBs). But a recent cyber-threat study from Keeper Security found that 66% of SMB decision-makers still think they are not at all or not very likely to experience a cyber-attack. The reality is that 67% of SMBs were targeted in the last 12 months alone. Yet 60% said they don’t have a cybersecurity plan.
Are you doing what you need to do to protect your business? Is your client and employee data secure? Do you know have an effective business continuity plan? Not sure?
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At the upcoming 1 hour workshop, “What You Don’t Know About Cybersecurity Can Hurt You,” we’ll review:
The facts about your risks from cyber-crime
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework on the steps to take to protect your business and your client/employee data
A checklist of what you have in place and what improvements you could make
How cost-effective cyber protection can be
Use what you learn to create your technology plan for 2020. Now is a good time to identify any capital improvements you might want to make before year-end or put into next year’s budget.
Registered participants will receive a report on any activity on their domain on the dark web and be eligible for a 50% discount on a network and security assessment.
This University is right after the Founders meeting of RGA