Cyber Security for Small Businesses Seminar

Event date: 
03/08/2010 - 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Event short description: 
Cyber Security for Small Businesses Seminar
Event description: 

You have invested time and money to bring your business to life. You buy insurance to protect yourself, put locks on your doors and install fire alarms to protect your premises. Have you made cyber security the same priority? Organizations must be able to trust their computer security and stability, yet these critical resources are under daily attack. What is at risk?

• Your money
• Your data
• Your identity
• Your hard earned business reputation

A computer failure or breach could damage a business’s reputation and add additional unplanned cost for damages and recovery. Don’t take any chances! Small business owners who recognizes the threat of computer crime and takes steps to deter inappropriate activities, is less likely to become a victim.
Register today with the Wilkes Chamber of Commerce for the Lunch and Learn seminar on Computer Security for Small Businesses! The seminar will describe for the business person, the threats to their computer security in today’s environment. Learn how to protect information stored on computers for your business, your clients and your employees as well.

Participants will receive an overview for the following:
• Computer security for your organization
• Threats to small business
• Risk assessment and risk mitigation
• Common computer security practices for networks, internet, e-mail, laptop, desktop, back-up and personnel;
• Current technologies used in reducing computer security vulnerabilities
• Resources available to your organization

Who Should Attend:
• Small Business Owners
• Managers
• IT Specialist

Presented By
Gary G Daemer founder and chief executive officer of InfusionPoint's a Wilkes County Global Cyber Security Company. He has worked extensively on building secure business solutions for his customers, with a focus on governance, risk and compliance, identity and access management, security operation centers, data quality and data protection efforts.

Sponsored by Wilkes Community College Small Business Center
Seminar provided free of charge.
To pre-register, contact Phyllis VanHoy at 336.838.6166, or
Dena Wiles at 336.838.6210,