• Practical Steps to Better Business Cyber Security. A Lunch 'n Learn Panel Discussion.

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    Name: Practical Steps to Better Business Cyber Security. A Lunch 'n Learn Panel Discussion.
    Date: February 7, 2018
    Time: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM PST
    Event Description:
    Enjoy a catered lunch while you listen to an industry leaders panel discussion on the various aspects of data security and how it can impact your business. Because 60% of SMB's go out of business in the first six months after a cyber attack, we have partnered with industry pros to bring you this timely discussion. The discussion is moderated by Max Ault from the CREDC and will allow for audience interaction. The vast majority of cybersecurity breaches that we see today could have could easily be prevented. Come and learn practical things that you can do today to improve your standing, and secure your data. Our lineup of speakers covers three critical dimensions that businesses owners large and small need to consider to advance their cybersecurity posture. Erin Lambley from Landerholm will cover all the legal aspects of a data breach and what companies need to consider doing to defend themselves from legal action. Dave Anzelotti from Biggs Insurance will discuss the various policies that are now available to give you peace of mind in case there is ever a breach. And Josh McKinney, a seasoned cybersecurity expert with decades of experience building internal cybersecurity teams at giants like Nike, Lockheed Martin, and UPS. He will address the technical aspects that IT managers and executives need can do today to improve their posture and even get ahead by becoming compliant with national standards. Register Here: bettercybersecurity.eventbrite.com
    Brickstone Ballroom 105 West Evergreen Boulevard Vancouver, WA 98660
    Date/Time Information:
    Wednesday, February 7, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PST)
    Contact Information:
    Max 503-334-0911
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