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Small Business, Big Threat...Cyber Security Awareness - Lansing

Feb
18
2016
Thu 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Cyber Security

Yes, even small businesses are at risk of cyber attacks. In fact small business is more vulnerable in many ways. This workshop is designed for small business owners (no technology background assumed) who have completed the Cyber Security Assessment provided by the MI-SBDC to determine if their company is at risk. The Assessment is designed as an interactive learning tool that increases your understanding and preparation for managing your business security risk. It may take 20 to 45 minutes to complete and includes multiple perspectives that can help you understand - and ultimately reduce - your vulnerability as a small business.” This timely discussion includes the most common areas for concern and action for small business owners: • Cyber Security Best Practices • Protecting Your Company Information • What to do if your company has been breached • Password Practices • Physical Security • Buying and Selling Online • Physical Security • Mobile Security The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with local experts of cyber security. If you have not completed the free MI-SBDC Cyber Security Assessment go to http://smallbusinessbigthreat.com/ Panel of Experts include: Sean Verity, IT Security Specialists, MSUFCU, Paul Schwartz, Director of Information Security, Lansing Community College, & Jonathan Raven, Attorney, Fraser Trebilcock Law Firm

Speaker(s): John Hey of Trivalent


Fee: No Cost

Phone: (517) 483-1921

Location

SBDC Capital Region Office
Lansing Community College - Washington Court Place - P.O. Box 40010
309 N Washington Square Suite 115 Lansing, MI 48933